Swing Copters...From The Ground Up

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Add the second sub-event to the Instructions group. This event also relies on 2 conditions. The user's input and if obj_Instructions is not moving (speed was set to 0 and bullet behavior disabled).

-Touch: On any touch start

-obj_Instructions (Bullet): Compare speed, comparison equal to and speed at 0

When the conditions are true, we want sounds to be played, obj_Instructions exiting, obj_GetReady exiting, score fading in, starting the obj_Propeller animation, and moving obj_Clouds, obj_Girder, obj_Hammer, obj_Pipes and obj_Ground downwards.

Add the following actions:

-Audio: Play, Audio file coin, Loop not looping, Volume 0 and Tag "Coin"

-obj_Instructions (Bullet): Set speed, set it to 800

-obj_Instructions (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-obj_GetReady (Bullet): Set angle of motion, set angle to 270 degrees

-obj_GetReady (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-spf_Score: Set visible, set Visibility to visible

-spf_Score: Start fade

-System: Wait, set to 1.0 seconds

-Audio: Play, Audio file fan, Loop looping, Volume 0 and Tag "Fan"

-obj_Propeller: Start, set From to beginning

-obj_Propeller (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-obj_Propeller: Set speed, set to 30

-obj_Clouds (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-obj_Pipes (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-obj_Ground (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-obj_Girder (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

-obj_Hammer (Bullet): Set enabled, set the state to Enabled

Add the third and final sub-event. If obj_Instructions x-position is greater than 500, then we will destroy it. The condition and action are:

-obj_Instructions: Compare X, comparison greater than or equal to X-coordinate 500, and the action is obj_Instructions Destroy.

Save the project.

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  • dazedangels We us this counter for the Medal screen. If your score is 10 and you die then on the Medal screen. Start at 0 and increase by 1 every 0.07 seconds until 10 is reached.

    youtube.com/watch

    Check this vid at 0:36.

    Hope this helps.

  • Why are we creating an event in "Game Over" to add 1 to ScoreCounter every 0.07 if ScoreCounter isn't equal to Score? What is ScoreCounter doing, if the game is over?

    "-System: Every X seconds, where seconds is 0.07"

    Thank you.