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I want to give an extra life bonus each time a player has reach a score more than 100,000, 200,000 and so on. How to calculate this?
The first thing that comes to mind is a separate Variable to which you add your limits. So...
ExtraVariable = 10000
If Points > ExtraVariable --- Add extra life, Extravariable = Extravariable + 10000
This way every time the score jumps over the limit you give an extra life and raise the limit.
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Yea, that works. Thanks
if SCORE % 100000 = 0 add 1 to LIVES
Bruno, wouldn't that only work with exact increments?
Yep. You're right. My fault. Duh!
Actually, Bruno's solution is efficient, if the score point is only +10000, so it will hit the increment 100.000, 200.000, etc.
And somebody's solution is great for score point that is vary.
My solution also overcomes possible lag issues, etc where there's a chance of "skipping" the exact figure. Modulus was the first thought here as well, but then I thought "what if he score isn't perfect" - hence that solution.
Yep. i'd go with Somebody 's solution.
I was going say make a variable of 100,000, every point subtracts 1 from that variable. When it hits 0 add one to lives reset variable.