How to Make Sprites Face to & Move Follow Your Mouse Pointer in Scratch

This video tutorial guides you through creating interactive sprites in Scratch that respond to your mouse pointer. You’ll learn how to make a sprite always face the mouse pointer and another sprite move along with it. The tutorial covers setting up an underwater scene, adjusting sprite sizes, coding the rotation of the cat sprite towards the mouse pointer, and synchronizing the movement of the shark sprite with the mouse pointer. Testing the project allows you to observe how the sprites interact dynamically with mouse movements.

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