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Google launched their free computer science curriculum in Chicago, where they got children to create a video game from scratch.

At first, the kids drew pictures of themselves as superheroes. Then, the drawings were turned into code and the kids created a game that starred themselves. Through the tuition from Google, they were able to make a fully playable game all by themselves.

What’s even better is that artist and Chicago native Chance The Rapper made the game the official video game of his song I Love You So Much. He said that some songs have official music videos, but this one would have an official game. It’s a lovely video from Google that shows us that coding isn’t all about ones and zeros, it’s about creativity and fun as well. Chance is a massive supporter of community projects like this one and we’re sure that he would’ve been thrilled to be a part of it. If you want to play the game for yourself, search online for “SuperMe” from Google.

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