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you know like classic bejeweled.
so my teacher at tafe wants me to make a match 3 bejeweled clone, but i am a bit lost on this concept, can anyone help me out, here? please?
if you had just searched just this board with the phrase "match 3" there are dozen people already answering and the second result offers a working file example.
So what specifically is the problem you're having?
EDIT: Sorry, I'm grumpy pre coffee.
This tutorial should get you most of the way to where you need to be:
https://www.scirra.com/tutorials/5000/r ... -detection
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I learn that in many puzzle games the use of flood-fill is a common things. First you need to find out how to detect adjacent piece with same type.
R0J0hound has provided examples for that matter.
perhaps a example link please?
edit: never mind please delete this post.
Perhaps try googling?
https://gamedevelopment.tutsplus.com/tu ... medev-8071
thanks but i already found what i am looking for, but the thought was nice, it's the thought that counts at the end of the day.