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Prototype of the blocks in horizontal position

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.[1]

No name has yet been decided, but according to Scratch Team member thisandagain, it will most likely be called "Scratch 3.0".[2]


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