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Boundaries Blocks beyond boundaries

Discussion in 'Game Behaviours' started by Don G Rowe, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. Don G Rowe

    Don G Rowe Famous Member

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    The card below has a bug where blocks that should be walkable are not. B ought to be able to walk on all the blocks on top of the large hinged structure. But as you'll see when he gets up there, he can't. I'm on Android, so I'd be interested to see if it's same on iOS.

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  2. nGord

    nGord Standby Administrator, Retired Moderator Staff Member

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    1. In the future it would be nice if bug reports could be easily verified, i.e. without the need for level solving and knowledge of advanced tricks. ;)

    2. I'm on the fence about this being a bug or a feature. It has to do with the game space limits (i.e. 16x16x16), which we've found before. What is not evident from the card you uploaded - and what I suspect as being elemental to the issue - is that other blocks were placed and then trashed from the level. Did you by chance have any blocks placed at any time at the limit of the game space in the opposite side of the level?
     
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  3. Don G Rowe

    Don G Rowe Famous Member

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    1. Sorry, I was just building a follow up and noticed the issue in testing. Decided to post it here instead of the Levels section. Should have removed the SSS first.

    2. Yes, but the whole level fits in the world space even with the assembly fully swung out. :confused:
     
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    It can't be "yes" and true for the second part at the same time. Either at some point the swung out part would not have fit or something else happened that made the level get confused as to where the 16x16x16 boundaries were set. I would suggest trying to rebuild the level clean with just the blocks as shown and see if the issue persists.
     
  5. Don G Rowe

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    Now that you mention it, I think there may have been a stray block or two misplaced and then deleted as I was making it. Okay, so good to know that can happen as a result.
     
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