Newbie: is Stencyl good for card games?

t4u

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It would require changes in <uncover> trigger in <card behavior>. It depends if the set is consistent(is that a proper word?). By consistent I mean if its a single subset like: (20, 36) or set of sets: (18,15) and (25,36).

If you would like to limit your range to consistent sets you just need to offset in <uncover>. If you want inconsistent sets in <uncover> you would need to implement table which would translate given number of card into proper animation.

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t4u

  • Posts: 418
USE PICTURES WHEN YOU ASK SOMETHING!
If I helped you be sure to mention it in your game.

Tutorials + downloads:
http://t4upl.blogspot.com/