Sanai K., Naomi M. Ashleigh E.

Have you ever felt like you would die of boredom or just have the  need to do something? Most people turn to technology to help entertain themselves so we have the game just for you!
Gem Hop! Go on a journey to the sky to help Cannie collect as many gems as possible to defeat the Evil Dr.Croc. You can get started today just by simply going to this URL.

Start just by clicking the flag, hitting the space bar and using the left and right arrows to move and the up arrow to jump. Try to collect as many gems as possible and compete with your friends!

The problem is when there's nothing to do and you're bored out of your mind.

We created a game that's not only physically but visually entertaining.

When we finally got everything done and saved on Scratch, Scratch had some issue and all the old code that we had on there before replaced the new code so the game didn't work anymore.

We overcame it by staying calm and reevaluated on who will take what part of the project so that it'll be done in time.

Ashleigh Elam

I’m 14 years old and a rising Sophomore at West Lake High School. I’m a part of FBLA, B.E.E. Club (Being Empowered through Education) and I run both spring and summer track. I plan on majoring in computer science in the future.

Naomi Murray

I’m 16 years old, a rising Junior and I have a high interest in computer science after helping my brother with a project he was working on for years. By him doing that I wanted to know more so when my mom found Girls Who Code I was excited to get started.

Sanai Kaufman

I lived in Connecticut until I was 12 and then moved down to Georgia. I’m 16 years old, a rising Junior  at South Cobb High School’s Magnet Program and I maintain a 3.833 GPA. I’m the Social Media Specialist in the school’s Voice Club, Clarinet Section Leader in South Cobb Blue Eagles Marching Band, and a pending member of Beta Club and National Honors Society. I plan on pursing Graphic Design in the future.

You can view the project here.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Accenture ATL.