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  1. Shruti Sharma
    02-23-2012 01:57 AM
    Shruti Sharma
    Hello Gamekid,
    i am new here and please tell me about the programming i.e. how to make programs here?
  2. GameKid
    02-07-2012 09:27 PM
    GameKid
    Whitehole, just drag the object from the object list into your method or event. A menu should pop up, allowing you to choose "Move". The finished 'block' is considered the moving code.
  3. WhiteHole000
    02-07-2012 07:52 PM
    WhiteHole000
    Hi! You asked to tell you if I need any help so here I am! Do you know what is a moving code? (O.O)?
  4. GameKid
    09-23-2011 05:13 PM
    GameKid
    Ezrider,
    Try using a dummy object that stays in place when the frog jumps, and when the frog lands, moves back to the frog. Then, use an if/else statement.
    Private messaging you an example.
  5. ezrider2
    09-22-2011 07:50 PM
    ezrider2
    posted it in the last how do i conversation
    thanks
  6. ezrider2
    09-22-2011 07:47 PM
    ezrider2
    Hello Gamekid
    Thanks again for your help. Can you give me some pointers on how i can get the frog to jump the distance of building and not crash into it. trying to make him hop around the building , then I'll add some flips or something fun
    Peace
    Ezrider2

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