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Author:
    RoyalSmacketh
Rating:
    6.3 (3 votes)
Type:
    Example
Language:
    GM 6
Reviews:
    None
Submitted:
    April 06, 2008
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ShipMovement Example
Ship Movement Example

*GM7 Pro Edition Required*

Move - Arrow Keys
Aim Turret - Mouse
Shoot - Left Button

Movement is forward and backward (Up,Down) and you rotate the boat either direction (left,right). Feel free to use the coding, but not the graphics, because I am using them in a different game.

You can also use the programming for other things like cars, tanks, etc.

-Enjoy, RoyalSmacketh


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Pretty cool, 9/10
Posted by Cpsgames April 06, 2008 14:31 - 9.5 years ago
| [#01]

Very useful :D
9/10, because it can be done without the pro edition, but it's more difficult.
Posted by Mid April 06, 2008 16:40 - 9.5 years ago
| [#02]

Thanks.
Posted by RoyalSmacketh April 06, 2008 17:13 - 9.5 years ago
| [#03]

The acceleration is too great.
Posted by marbs April 06, 2008 17:31 - 9.5 years ago
| [#04]

Not anything new... Just the good old way of doing it. Also its not very realistic.
Posted by Mat April 07, 2008 3:14 - 9.5 years ago
| [#05]

Eh, it's a ship that moves around. There are better ways to do the turret and also you've broken convention by not adding _spr and _obj tags. 7/10
Posted by Juju April 07, 2008 7:18 - 9.5 years ago
| [#06]

The acceleration, as marbs said, is much too fast. Also, thinking in realistic terms, the ship when moving one way can then go in the opposite direction really quickly. Normally it would slow down, and then move in the opposite direction.
Posted by eagly April 07, 2008 10:21 - 9.5 years ago
| [#07]

It doesn't have to be for a boat, you can also use this for a car or anything else.
Posted by RoyalSmacketh April 07, 2008 10:37 - 9.5 years ago
| [#08]

I think a rectangle vector would be better in this case than a polar vector. If you turn a ship it'll still keep going in that direction not the new facing direction.
Posted by Zac1790 May 04, 2008 19:53 - 9.5 years ago
| [#09]

dnd mixed with code,
Posted by Moikle November 08, 2009 6:26 - 7.9 years ago
| [#10]

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