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Old 05-06-2003, 02:30 PM   #1
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Default placing tiles in breakout game

i am trying to place the tiles into a game that i am making for a class that i am attending. i am using flash mx to create the game. i am a newbie to all of this and was hoping to get some ideas out of some of the more experienced programmers such as yourselves. the game will consist of 100+ breaking tiles that need to be positioned specifically with some nonbreaking bricks mixed in. the nonbreaking ones should not be a problem but i cant seem to script for the breaking tiles. please help!!!

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Old 05-06-2003, 03:17 PM   #2
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here is one of the files. it is incomplete but has the interface and the concept. i really need help and this is the best place i could think to turn. the problem is that i cannot figure out ohow to script the placement of the tiles so that they can be referenced and made inactive when the ball hits them.
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