Thank you kindly Kyatric for your detailed feedback & follow up information
i started with construct2 a few years back, and loved it.
life got a little complicated, and needed to reprioritize my time spent on hobbies, towards what i can make an income on for my family, my construct skills arent at a level i can charge at the moment, so for me its still more of a hobby.
but fortunately! ive been able to free up some down time to get back into it as of late and starting to relearn what i can :)
having gone through the beginners guide & manual has helped me get where im at at this point, and have alot of fun going through the tutorials, ghost shooter, platformer & your bomberman (in which i learned a ton btw), so ive fortunately become familiar with the basics, but some concepts like arrays still elude me.
i find construct amazing for allowing someone who knows nothing of actual programming like myself to piece together this level of interactive media. it really is quite amazing.
i've watched several youtubers explain the subject of arrays, and i think i have a rough idea on how the array is like a 3d table or box holding our data for us, but when it comes to calling out that data and comparing it, etc.. . to have it do what i need specificaly at the moment for a project, i cant seem to achieve what im after. i can see it can be done, just looking for the how to get from a to b
i imagine theres a simple couple things i might be missing, will keep at it and hopefully come up with a successful solution
will update along the way :)
thank you bartalluyn
i took a look at your youtube channel. nice stuff
definitely looks like i could learn alot there :) thank you.
At the moment, im specificaly looking to find a way of interacting with a pool of data, for the above project boards i posted
thank you again though, your input is super appreciated, and will definitely check your channel out once i get done with the current project im on