For your next project, you are making a single micro-game in the vein of WarioWare using P5.Play.
Micro-games should be about five seconds in length with a clear objective that can be modified for replayability in at least one way. For example, you can modify the number of items the player has to collect or how fast something moves or the size/shape of an obstacle. Once the objective is failed or met, the game should repeat itself (we'll discuss this more in class) but imagine ways that the variation can automatically progress.
Your are limited to just mouse movement and the left click.
Please ensure your canvas is 800x600.
Be prepared for five levels of difficulty, increasing moderately each time it loops.
Like WarioWare, your microgame should have some text instruction that helps the player know what to do. You can use any graphics you like for the game: MS Paint sprites you made yourself, clip art you downloaded, sprites you got from other games. The game does not need to include sound, though if you want to that would be awesome.
You *must* share your works-in-progress on Discord once a week and this will be a part of your project grade. Every student is responsible for turning in their own micro-game but I encourage you all to collaborate and share resources.
You will upload your games to your Itch.io pages to be played online and also provide me with source folder. On your Itch page, make note of any places you got resources for you game: code, art, even tutorials. Always attribute appropriately!