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mrnelson3177
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Default ITSE1429 Assign3- SN (Assign3) - 09-14-2014, 03:21 PM

I had a good time trying to get that dang gon mummy to do what it was that he need to do. It seems that the movements in Alice are awkward and clunky. That's just my outlook on things, however this is my first programming class.

I read the chapter and I also feel that getting use to programming language is a must. If any body is having problems with movements, are have this thing figured out please give me a call @ 9seven2 8fivefive 0nine3zero.
   
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I think I've seen this before
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Default I think I've seen this before - 09-14-2014, 06:21 PM

This link should take you to a zipped video of my version. If you click, and open it, you should be able download and view.

I made the assumption that Mummies were a little hampered by their age and brain decay

http://www.alice.org/community/showt...4681#post54681
   
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The Mummy is Alive!! Well for a little while!
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Default The Mummy is Alive!! Well for a little while! - 09-14-2014, 09:36 PM

I had fun with this one! It took me a minute to get the mummy walking but once I figured that out the rest just fell together. I do think he may be moving a little faster than he should be but hes not gliding or running so it will work.
   
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