Level Design Expert
You spent 2 hours working on maps, O.M.G!
You spent 10 hours coding, isn't that crazy?
George Boole was an English mathematician, philosopher and logician. He formalized Boolean algebra, the basis for digital logic and computer science.
You spent 2 hours drawing sprites, starts looking like an addiction!
Senior Level Designer
You spent 1 hour working on maps, starts looking like an addiction!
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.
Active Community Member
You made a public post in the community forum!
You completed the microStudio tutorial series on creating a simple game!
You spent 1 hour drawing, amazing!
Regular Level Designer
You spent 30 minutes working on maps, amazing!
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.
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.
You spent 30 minutes drawing, well done!
You spent 30 minutes coding, well done!
Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, philosopher. He invented the mechanical calculator.
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.
Junior Level Designer
You spent 10 minutes working on maps, well done!
You spent 10 minutes drawing, keep it up!
Level Design Rookie
You started creating a map, keep it up!
You started drawing!
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'.