That makes sense.
Now, I'm almost there with the coding, but I can't figure this one last thing out. Perhaps you can help me out?
Here's the array that I have:
I'm still in the learning phase of programming, but that is how I stored the coordinates of the X and Y positions of the containers I'm trying to place.
Basically, what I want to happen is this;
First, 6 shipping containers (basically sprite blocks) are created. They all have 6 frames total with these colors. Each container has a 'choose' frame action.
The bottom 6 containers should have all the colors the top 6 have, but I just can't find a way to 'shuffle' the places of these bottom 6 containers so it doesn't mirror the top 6.
It's basically some sort of 'Match 2' puzzle game.
I've tried a lot of things with arrays and coding, and I'd like to really limit the number of total sprites used (in total two now).
Here's a part of the coding, as you can see, it's just the tip of a tedious iceberg.
And as you can also see, you can see I'm trying, but am not really sure what to do next. I've looked at many samples for Match 2, 3, etc. but it's incredibly hard to make those examples work for your own ideas/variations.
Thanks. Sorry for the long post.