Transcolors Reaches 2000 Votes on Khan Academy

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Transcolors Reaches 2000 Votes on Khan Academy

Awesome! Version 2.0 of the Processing.js version of Transcolors, a puzzle game I invented in fourth grade, hit 2000 votes on Khan Academy today.

This makes it the 30th highest voted project on Khan Academy. I just barely made it onto the first page of the so-called Top List. You can see it in the bottom right corner.

The second iteration of Transcolors, a colorful puzzle game made on Khan Academy's Processing.js environment.
The second iteration of Transcolors, a colorful puzzle game made on Khan Academy's Processing.js environment.

Give Transcolors a try if you’ve never played it before!

By | 2016-10-20T19:05:02+00:00 October 20th, 2016|0 Comments

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Darryl Yeo is a young programmer, web developer, computer graphics artist, musician, and composer who hopes to inspire others through his projects and inventions. Read more about Darryl.

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