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Scratch 3.0 is an announced version of Scratch which is to succeed Scratch 2.0. It has been announced that Google will affiliate with Scratch and Scratch Blocks, a library forked of Google's Blockly, will be used; and the horizontal placement of blocks, used in ScratchJr, will be applied, alongside with Scratch's vertical blocks.