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Hello forums, I had found the answer to this question the other night but now cannot seem to find the link. In my game enemies chase down the players villagers in a top down perspective tap action,rogue rts style game. I would to know how i can make an object move towards another object without changing the angle of its motion. in the game you can summon knights to chase down monsters.The sprite will turn upside down and this doesn't look right .I would like for the knights image to stay upright no matter what direction it is moving.
http://www.kongregate.com/games/Legenda ... e-defender also please try my game!I am looking for feed back to help get the game ready for an app market release.
I suppose you move them with a behavior. Most behaviors have a propertie that dont allow them to change the angle.
nope,using bullet to move and turning of the angle doesnt work
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/amnlo2ffswuj9 ... .capx?dl=0
You must be changing the angle somewhere else.
Alternative: use a 'helperobject' and pin the sprite on it (only position) as a cosmetic surface.
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/mschra ... ot-rotate/
This is the link i was looking for with the solution I needed but ty for trying
http://www.kongregate.com/games/Legenda ... e-defender
now I can use the 7 souls monsters
Nice, it is exactly what i said.
"As part of the Hunters bullet property sure to set the Hunters Set angle to no."
"I suppose you move them with a behavior. Most behaviors have a propertie that dont allow them to change the angle."