## Statistics

## Achievements (16)

### Active Community Member

You made a public post in the community forum!

### Regular Level Designer

You spent 30 minutes working on maps, amazing!

### Charles Babbage

You spent 5 hours coding, O.M.G!

Charles Babbage was an English mathematician, philosopher, engineer and inventor. He originated the concept of a programmable general-purpose computer and designed the Analytical Engine.

### Junior Level Designer

You spent 10 minutes working on maps, well done!

### Joseph Jacquard

You spent 2 hours coding, starts looking like an addiction!

Joseph Jacquard was a French weaver and merchant. He built and demonstrated the Jacquard loom, a programmable mechanized loom controlled by a tape constructed from punched cards.

### Post Impressionism

You spent 2 hours drawing sprites, starts looking like an addiction!

### Level Design Rookie

You started creating a map, keep it up!

### Game Programmer

You completed the microStudio tutorial series on creating a simple game!

### Gottfried Leibniz

You spent 1 hour coding, amazing!

Gottfried Leibniz was a German mathematician, philosopher, scientist and diplomat. He made advances in symbolic logic and his work was crucial for the theoretical foundations of computer science.

### Blaise Pascal

You spent 30 minutes coding, well done!

Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, philosopher. He invented the mechanical calculator.

### Impressionism

You spent 1 hour drawing, amazing!

### Renaissance

You spent 30 minutes drawing, well done!

### Greek Art

You spent 10 minutes drawing, keep it up!

### Cave Art

You started drawing!

### Al Jazari

You spent 10 minutes coding, keep it up!

Al Jazari was a Muslim scientist, artist, mathematician living in Mesopotamia. He invented an astronomical clock considered the first programmable analog computer.

### Al Khwarizmi

You actually started coding!

Al Khwarizmi was a Persian polymath who produced vastly influential works in mathematics, astronomy, and geography. His name gave rise to the term 'algorithm'.