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Block Combinations Causing a slider to leave its rail

Discussion in 'Game Behaviours' started by DDT Popper, Mar 4, 2018.

  1. DDT Popper

    DDT Popper New Member

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    The thing that is weird is the dragables can break the game really much. ...I don't know what I just said...
     

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    Xeleron New Member

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    it must've been because there is too much entity (in this case, its the ball). I've done something similar as well by using R-bots
     
  3. sawdust

    sawdust Moderator Staff Member

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    @vince has done some really neat exploration of the actual shape of the objects as opposed to the shape you see. The actual shape of the slider partially explains this phenomenon.
     
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