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Bhaliar

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Joined: 16 Nov 2009
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 Posted: 23 Nov 2009 12:30:22 pm    Post subject: Aight, I have found a new problem with a game I want to make. I would like to try and make a game that consists of a panel, a ball and a hole, and you have to keep bouncing the ball around until it goes in. But I have no idea how to create randomised trajectory angles. Any help?
Flofloflo

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Joined: 07 Nov 2007
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 Posted: 23 Nov 2009 01:40:26 pm    Post subject: You have two speeds, one is probably constant (unless you want to use gravity) which is the speed in the vertical direction, first the ball goes up, then it goes down again. You also have a horizontal speed. Depending on how you want to move your ball you might make it completely random (so the ball will just go left one turn, then right the next for example), or you can give it a certain speed, and add a small random amount to it. If you use pxl-on for the ball, you gotta remember to use Ipart for the coordinates though. I hope I was clear enough... If not, if it's not to much effort, I'll type out my own bounce game :P Clrdraw 30->A Pxl-on(A,1 Pxl-on(A-1,1 Pxl-on(A+1,1 31->B 2->C Pxl-on(B,C Axesoff 1->E 0->G .1randint(-5.5->F .07->H While 1 0 While Ans=0 and C!=1 Pxl-on(iPart(B +F),C+E Pxl-off(ipart(B ),c C+E->C B+F->B If pxl-test(iPart(B ),C+E)+(C=10 Then -E->E G+1->G If not(fPart(G/10 H+0.03->H End If C=2 HranInt(-5,5->F Getkey End If C=1:Then Clrhome Stop End (ans=34)-(ans=25 pxl-on(a+2Ans,1 Pxl-Off(a-2ans,1 A+Ans->A End End Okay, I typed my stupid little bounce-game anyways -.-Last edited by Guest on 23 Nov 2009 03:34:07 pm; edited 1 time in total
kinkoa

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Joined: 28 Jul 2009
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 Posted: 23 Nov 2009 02:30:27 pm    Post subject: what are the smileys representing
Flofloflo

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Joined: 07 Nov 2007
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 Posted: 23 Nov 2009 03:34:16 pm    Post subject: Corrected.
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