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Aug 29 2019, 9:30 AM PST 5 min

Cards

General guidelines:

  • It’s prefered that cards are created next to one another. Having more than 1 card adds alot of visual weight. If you have to have 2 cards together, consider if you really need those cards and if you can condense/move material somewhere else.

Normal Card

Reminder: Object Collisions

Remember to turn collisions off if an object is being blocked when you move it. Collisions are off when there's not a grey box around the button in Studio.

Danger Card

  • Indicates that if you don’t follow this step, you will encounter serious problems (code will break, etc)
  • Should be used in very rare situations. A page should at most have 2 instances of this.

Reminder: Object Collisions

Remember to turn collisions off if an object is being blocked when you move it. Collisions are off when there's not a grey box around the button in Studio.

Warning Card

Reminder: Object Collisions

Remember to turn collisions off if an object is being blocked when you move it. Collisions are off when there's not a grey box around the button in Studio.

Optional Challenge

Side Quest: Create Healing Parts

Since you're creating traps for players, you might want to also give them a way to heal. That way players have more of a chance to finish your game. Luckily, you can use your skills to create healing parts.

  1. Copy (right-click → Copy) the script from the red trap cube.
  2. Find and select a different object in the game to be a healing part.
  3. Press F to focus on the part.
  4. Right-click the part and select Paste Into.
  5. See if you can figure out how to heal the player instead of doing damage.

Negative numbers do "negative damage" which means that players will gain health points. Just change the DAMAGE variable to something like -10 and players will be healed by touching the part!

Collapseable Card (Education)

Take any available object and have your class describe at least three properties of that object. Emphasize a mix of properties that are visual and functional.

Pencil Example:

  • Color: yellow
  • Edible: False
  • Makes marks: Yes
  • Line color: grey