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Funky layouts where pieces are going through other pieces

Discussion in 'Game Behaviours' started by Stevitty7, Aug 25, 2017.

  1. Stevitty7

    Stevitty7 New Member

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    How the heck is this managed
     

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    Gepeto Moderator Staff Member

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    Hard to explain... Maybe a video is more interesting ;)
     
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    Frenzies Mekorama Critic Staff Member

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    These pieces are called "ghost blocks" and can be achieved by attaching a motor on a movable block, whether its a slider, another motor, or a draggable. Any blocks attached to the motor will be able to pass through any metal pieces attached to the movable block.

    Attaching a draggable to (or using one as) the movable block will prevent the motor from spinning on its own. Here are examples of two basic ghost block setups:
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    kevin.T New Member

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    Can someone please explain the mechanism for turning the whole thing upside down??
     
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    Stevitty7 New Member

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    My only guess is that the whole thing is connected by one large metal frame and so that frane be rotated
     
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