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Old 06-11-2011, 01:51 PM   #1
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Default [AS2 " CS3] Action Battle System


My name is Dylan, I go by the name of Bic on forums usually.

I'm very interested in Actionscript 2.0, and I use Flash CS3.

I'm looking for a person who can help me along the way with my Action Battle System.

I've got a decent start for the amount of time I've been using Flash and Actionscript.

I can walk with walking animation, got an enemy with a health bar that appears when you put your mouse over it, I can attack with a controlled attack speed, and I can kill the enemy.
The enemy follows the character, and once it is in attacking range for the enemy it stops and is supposed to attack. The enemy's walking animation also works.

I just don't have attacking animations or the enemy attacking or randomly moving.

First thing I want to do is get the enemy to randomly walk around.

So I just need somebody who I can go to when I'm stuck or if I need advice on how to shorten my code or simplify etc, like a tutor when I need it!

I'd like to add somebody to AIM or MSN so I can talk when I need to.
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Old 06-13-2011, 10:07 PM   #2
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this might help with your movement problems.

http://www.freeactionscript.com/game-scripts/ (on enemy ai section)
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