I've had Makey Makey's for a while - they're fantastic little boards with lots of potential in a classroom setting or actually any setting where you want to have a play with coding and making.
As I used scratch I was able to add on the
points feature so gamers can accumulate points within a timeframe decided before the game starts. The block coding in scratch is pretty simple to get your head around and there are plenty of great tutorials to get your started. There are also really good help files when you get stuck.
This was just a simple start to a game I'm sure students and teachers alike could think of more complex additions to it.
If you haven't given coding with scratch a go yet here are a few ideas you might like to try in your classroom...
Check out this video posted by Eric Rosebaum