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How do I make an Object turn?
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sella18
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Default How do I make an Object turn? - 08-06-2018, 03:59 AM

I plan on making a board game. I am having a hard time with making Alice turn at corner squares when traveling around the board. I have designed it so that you roll a dice and enter the number received moving Alice that number of spaces. I have tried to make it so if she gets near an invisible object on the square she turns that only makes her turn too early and I have played with the distances. I tried to make the space trigger the turn that didn't work either. If anyone as advice on this I would appreciate it.

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Dehixial
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Default 10-03-2018, 08:56 AM

I feel like this could be very difficult but may work.
Have it set to variables. Such as

if
alice line one (variable) == [number of spaces before turn] turn (direction)
else
alice line one (math) + 1

and do that for all turns
also lines as in spaces going in a line across the board
i realize its stupidly complicated but its my only idea really.
sorry for difficulty lol.
I havent been doing to well with distance to/from either they seem weird.
None-the-less,
Good luck!
   
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Default 11-02-2018, 11:13 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dehixial View Post
I feel like this could be very difficult but may work.
Have it set to variables. Such as

if
alice line one (variable) == [number of spaces before turn] turn (direction)
else
alice line one (math) + 1

and do that for all turns
also lines as in spaces going in a line across the board
i realize its stupidly complicated but its my only idea really.
sorry for difficulty lol.
I havent been doing to well with distance to/from either they seem weird.
None-the-less,
Good luck!
this might work mate!
   
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