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Andres
Andres presents ...

2010/8/3

Happy Scenario

ORIGINAL RELEASE:
{This took about an hour... scanned the drawings, cut them out in photoshop, and threw some code in there real fast.

Clouds sometimes get stuck because there's nothing implemented to make them turn around at the world's edge.

Left and right to control character, no jump implemented yet. }



I really just wanted to see how possible it was to get my own art into a scenario.

UPDATE: Scrolling. Walk out to the tree and back... press up to jump:o

UPDATE: Kidney bean with top hat is now a rolling car. Clouds are randomly spread across the world... (up to x = 10,000)

There is a secret message at x = 1,000,000... see if you have the fortitude to get there

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Tags: game awesome hand drawn

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ridexridex

2010/10/14

Pretty good work:)
DonaldDuckDonaldDuck

2010/10/17

Very nicely done! Just as a small tip though, when the left arrow key is pressed, you should use the getImage().mirrorHorizontally; so that moving left looks as nice as moving right does. Keep up the good work and don't stop drawing!
ramyaramya

2010/11/1

Excellent work with the graphics......
GameRGameR

2010/11/12

Excellent work..Superb!!!
MathManiacMathManiac

2011/4/3

Nice Scroller! Does your background objects extend the Wanderer helper class?
AndresAndres

2011/4/9

no. adding a boolean to your worlds constructor toggles scrolling abilities in Greenfoot 2.0.
MathManiacMathManiac

2011/8/17

I have some Fresh Programming homework for you: Making a small scenario that connects to a special file created by the same project and reads a special format ([ARTICLE]/[TEXT] Per line) and prints it onto the screen. Nice tackler, don't you think? I shall give this to other Fresh Programming members to see their responses. Comment on my most recent scenario with the first words saying "Fresh Programming Homework". Good Luck!

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