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Smile How do I... - 10-24-2010, 08:14 PM

I am making a game for a competition and it is a riddle game...the riddle is about the farmer who has a dog, a chicken, and a barrel of corn and he has to get them across the river. He can only carry one thing at a time and the chicken cant be left alone with the dog or the corn. i dont know how to make it restart if they mess up...
   
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Default 10-27-2010, 06:22 PM

You put a button, that when the person clicks on it it move all the characters back to the original place.

The "Turning back stuff" can be created puting dummys (invisible squares) in the place that you want each item to start, so, when the player press the "restart button" the characters moves to the dummy.

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Arrow 10-27-2010, 07:08 PM

Unfortunately, for this assignment, you are not allowed to create objects beyond those which are already given to you in the skeleton world, so dummy objects seem to be ruled out.


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