> Try out this sample project. It uses a simplistic form of raytracing. That means, it draws a line (casts a ray) from the arrow to the wall. To see the ray, just disable the Ray Destroy action.
Ok I just tried it and put it into my project with some minor modifications (like the mouse thing since I don't need that since the arrow I have is orbiting the soul until I press z) and it doesn't work exactly as expected since the walls I have are actually four different sprites in one family, so instead of the ray just going straight at all times, it just goes off course and goes to the nearest wall, as opposed to where it is pointing.
this is the code that I got so far for the arrow
and this is what the ray and burrow entrance do when I press z, it just goes down to the nearest wall instead of going straight at all times
First, it is much easier to help with issues like this if you give access to your project.
Second, I don't think the problem is what you think it is. From your image, the ray is shooting off to the right of the arrow. I also notice the arrow sprite was DRAWN pointing up. In Construct, the default direction of a sprite is facing to the right. I think the issue of the ray shooting off in the wrong direction is caused but your sprite being drawn facing the wrong way. If you edit the sprite image so the arrow is drawn pointing to the right, you'll get the correct result. Draw the sprite pointing to the right, and then, in the layout, rotate it to face the direction you want.