> > they spawned the breaked sprite at the same position(X, Y) of the collision.
> > you can draw a breaked spirit at Photoshop, Inkscape and spawn it.
> That would require literally hundreds (if not thousands) of pre-drawn sprites for each image that could be cut.
I think what hes trying to say is use 2 sprites. One for a full fruit, and one for a halved fruit, then just have it set that halved sprite depending on the angle you swiped, using x,y coords. like x250,y250 to x172,y120 would create a straight angled line from A to B. I hope you find what youre looking for anyway
I appreciate the input...but like I said in the post (& in the title), I'm looking to cut a sprite into 2 pieces WHEREVER I click/drag. The best I could do with the suggested method is to appear to cut it into previously-drawn sprites. If I click a section of the sprite that's way off to the left or something, the cut would only happen there if I had previously created 2 different sprites that would spawn & meet at that particular point. If i wanted to cut the resulting sprites, I would have had to load 2 more pre-drawn sprites that spawn & meet in the middle. The amount of artwork required grows exponentially using this method. I'm looking for something where I create ONE sprite & program it to be cut ANYWHERE.
I'm working on some experiments using Canvas....it's a challenge, but I think I'm getting there.