@zbrennem YES! Well, somewhat. We have done two “all-class” projects… one is the math blast-off app (which I wrote about here) and the other is a hangman app.
The math app only really covers chapter 1 material. For hangman, it covers almost everything in unit 5 with the exception of looping through arrays. Students still need to create an array of words for the computer to pull from, so it gets a bit into arrays, but not a ton.
Just a note, I have found that if I have an idea, I ask students to “theme-ify” it which gets them more excited. So I had a “Harry Potter Hangman” a “Casino Hangman” a “Dungeons and Dragons Hangman” all sorts of things…
Finally, last year, I had students make an app that was a typing game. Essentially they had to make a typing game that had a high-score screen (this is in the post-ap materials). That went over well too. Again, there were all sorts of takes on the app - some involved animation, some were psychologically tricky (like a typing game where people had to type colors that were written in a different color…).
Also, it sounds like you are pretty far ahead if you are looking for more to do. Do you have any ideas as to how you got so far? Did you move through some material more quickly than planned?
Let us know how it goes!!