TD help..

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Post » Wed Dec 15, 2010 5:15 am

Hey I'm new to construct (started 2 hours ago)

okay so i making a TD type of game. A game you have to shoot enemy's your self. no machines..
a game like Storm The House

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Issues : How do you make it through a day, like as soon as the "timer" goes down a new day/new enemys come..

Issue 2 : How do you make a shop?

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I did tried some tutorials but most didn't help but i got the Enemy coming toward the castle, a crosshair that shoots too. i got every thing except those things help? ;/
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Post » Wed Dec 15, 2010 5:57 am

well if TD mean Tower Defence

for a clock,i got a .CAP somwhere on my HD :D ...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9050706/Cap%26a ... ck_sys.cap

or you could use a global var named timer with the value between each wave of ennemy.

Lets say 30 seconds, create a GVAR then enter 30 in the value.

+ System: Every 1000 milliseconds
-> System: Subtract 1 from global variable 'timer'

then

+ System: Is global variable 'timer' Less or equal 0
-> System: Set global variable 'timer' to 30

here is the cap for the timer
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9050706/Cap%26autre/timer.cap

and for the shop,you will need some array and complicated stuff that i still dont understand :oops:

good luck
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Post » Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:59 pm

[quote="thoughtzone":fry6fazh]well if TD mean Tower Defence

for a clock,i got a .CAP somwhere on my HD :D ...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9050706/Cap%26a ... ck_sys.cap

or you could use a global var named timer with the value between each wave of ennemy.

Lets say 30 seconds, create a GVAR then enter 30 in the value.

+ System: Every 1000 milliseconds
-> System: Subtract 1 from global variable 'timer'

then

+ System: Is global variable 'timer' Less or equal 0
-> System: Set global variable 'timer' to 30

here is the cap for the timer
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9050706/Cap%26autre/timer.cap

and for the shop,you will need some array and complicated stuff that i still dont understand :oops:

good luck[/quote:fry6fazh]

alright thanks i'll try it when i get back from school!!
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