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My gun and my player are separate objects in a platformer game. What is the simplest way to make them follow each other
I have tried that, but had no luck with it. Can you show me a demo, or are there other ways to do it?
Did you know that there are example projects that come with Construct 2 that show how these behaviors work? Have a look.
Do you know which one is the best to demonstrate it? Thanks for the assistance.
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The demos for the top down shooter show it, u may wanna give them a look. But pretty much the pin behavior is whats used for such thing. Just make sure the pin behavior is on the gun, not the player. And that u create an image point for the gun to pin to
I'm sorry Edward, I'll ask less of the people here next time.
Thank you arcab and mindfaQ, the top down shooter with rain demonstrates it quite clearly. The error was there because I used "every tick" and not "on start of layout". Again thank you, so, so much.