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Anyone have any tips on how to keep objects bounded on the water and not on land?
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24 Points, i'm not sure at what point this would be a problem for an iPad... and when there are over 30 objects on screen.
Well one problem at a time.
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You can also use a bunch of solid sprites to create a boundary. Sort of like the platforms in the Rotating Platform example (in the Construct2 Examples directory). The good thing about that approach is that you can move/remove them if you want the excluded area to become accessible (for example if your player makes a boat or a bridge...)