Hello, replitors! I hope everyone has been staying safe and finding ways to entertain themselves. Today we have the results, of the At Home Students Code Jam. We had many submissions, all of them very high quality and creative. However, we can only have 3 winners (1st, 2nd, and 3rd), and it was very hard to choose. After a week of jamming and a week of judging, we're finally ready to reveal the winners to this awesome jam! But before we do that, we have to give out some honorable mentions.
- @nithilan4 Created a game where you fight the coronavirus using your skill and knowledge
- @kaldisberzins Running low of TP? Check out this website that lets you exchange toiletries and other products to help out you and your neighbors
- @AdCharity This is the swiss army knife of COVID-19 survival. Music, education, it has it all.
- @paulfears This website contains all the information you need to know about the virus, and more!
- @spotandjake100 Maps from all around the word displaying where the coronavirus is, and how to avoid it
- @Nettakrim Play as your immune system in this pygame repl and fight off the virus from infecting you
- @Coder100 Fight. Gain. Conquer. A game about coronavirus precautions, in the form of agar.io
- @AlephZero Are you touching your face? Well, this website will let you know for you, as well as give helpful advice
- @Scoder12 Bored in quarantine? This site lets people share activities, recipes, and find supplies quickly and easily
- @KobeFF A colorful, fun, and entertaining tutorial for coronavirus prevention
- @smhsketch You act the leader of the WHO (World Health Organization) to put an end to this pandemic
Thank you once again to all of our fabulous contestants, it was a pleasure looking at every one of them. And now the submissions we've all been waiting for, THE TOP 3.
Third Place - @blackcarter & @ImMatt
We were blown away at the quality of the website, as it's very enjoyable to look at. It's a good thing too because with all their information you can be looking at it for a long time. All the animations are smooth, clean and engage the viewer. The graphs are well made and contain great information, including information that's relevant to anyone looking at it. These replitors went beyond researching how to make the website but did a lot of research about the COVID-19 epidemic too. Thank you for your submissions, we can't wait to see what you build next!
You can view their website here.
Second Place - @TheDrone7 & @Lilykhan
The game is fantastic, with great art and simple enough that it can reach a young audience. Because it can be used by kids at an early age, it's a great way to teach children who may not fully understand what the coronavirus prevention directions they've been given mean. And even if you're not 6, you too can play the game and enjoy it, as well as be treated with helpful information at the end. The links to other important websites are great after you've engaged by the game and want to learn more. Phenomenal job, way to go!
You can game their awesome game here
We've arrived at our winner, Fortify. This project was a creative solution for a real-world problem, people just not doing the correct prevention methods. Humans can be lazy, even with the looming threat of an epidemic. Sometimes we just want to get something done, so summoning the willpower to wash your hands for the full 20 seconds can be hard. Making sure you distance yourself, while staying active, can be hard. This site rewards you for that hard work. You can track down how many times you've washed your hands, or taken a walk. Working towards this goal is encouraging and lets you stay safe mentally and physically. Also, it's a nice looking website, and as stated earlier, very, very creative. Congratulations to our first place winner, keep up the great work!
You can set your goals here
Thank you once again to everyone who participated. If you didn't win, don't worry! We'll have plenty of jams and other activities in the future, so stay tuned! Also, many of us have a lot more time now, more time you can spend honing your coding skills for the next jam. Farewell, and stay safe everyone!
It was a really cool experience participating. Props to everyone who participated, super stocked to get third along with all those amazing projects and coders! Thanks to replit and all the staff.