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Good to see your manual program of the causal game. I want to make a similar script for moving services company site.
Please, can you give me details? If you prefere send me a email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations, this is an interesting game. But I have a question, when you have 2 blocks with the same value in diagonal, and then you throw a new one of the same value under one of them and next to the other one, that latest block is merged with both blocks. The same happens if you have you blocks separated by a cell and you throw a new one between them. It seems to be a bug, isn’t it?
Hello, thanks for your message! Many tests were carried out, no problems had been reported. But, reading your message I will test a little more and try to identify this problem. Can you describe the exact moment when this happens, please? Thank you
Let’s number the columns from 1 to 5 (from left to right). Case #1: Start a game, throw a “2” to column 1, throw a “not 2” to column 2, throw a “2” to column 2 again and throw a “2” ro column 1. The 3 blocks with value “2” are merged into a “8”. It looks a bit weird to me, but maybe it’s intended. Case #2: Start a game, throw a “2” to column 1, throw a “2” to column 3, then throw a “2” ro column 2. The 3 blockswith value “2” are merged into a “8”. This is not as weird as the previous case, but it would be an error if the previous case, I think . Thanks!.
I understand now! It is actually intentional. (Eg .: 2 ~ 2 ~ 2 results in 8 ).
But, if you prefer, in the code you can modify the equation (Eg .: 2 ~ 2 ~ 2 could result in 4).
Ok, thanks for the info. I think 2 ~ 2 ~ 2 results in 8 makes sense.
Possible yo use or on construct 3 ?
Was developed in Construct 2, but Construct 3 can open the CAPX file.
Fantastic work! Good luck with sales!