"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Raymond and My Cardboard Arcade Game – Ball Thrower Game

Raymond and I made a cardboard arcade game called ball thrower game the purpose of the game was to throw or use the slingshot to land inside or hit the toilet paper rolls. The game is very hard because the holes are quite small. My biggest obstacle was making the slingshot because I used rubber bands and it is quite hard to make because rubber bands can easily slip between the hot glue even if it is cold if not done correctly. the second challenge was making it stand up to make it stand up I cut a slot to put the in. the measurements had to be precise because it can’t be too tall or too short. One piece of advice from this project and my first project is when I first imagined it I was a bit quixotic. My advice is to think about this materials and thedifficulty of making the project. Overall I think the project is successful because it works how we wanted to. But the cons are the it is very hard and if you use the sling shot it is extremely hard.


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