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Here is a skeleton of a Frogger. It uses a turtlesown
speed variable (image attached). Each log is moved in sequence.
On 14 Nov 2005 at 15:03, Trimbach, Traci wrote:
> Sorry I would reply to Bridget alone, but I am not sure how to do so the
> whole forum gets to read this!
> Anyway, Bridget thanks so much for access to your website! My students
> and I have done several of your projects in class.
> However we are stuck on Frogger. We have the traffic moving and the
> frog moving with a couple of buttons. However, we do not seem to have
> touching? working right. When the frog gets hit by the first turtle he
> does what he is supposed to. However he only runs the touching? once
> and then the turtle can get hit by the first turtle and not have
> anything happen to him. We can never get him to have anything happen to
> him if he gets hit by turtle 2, 3, or 4. Could you send me a sample
> program for Frogger for me to learn from?
> If you want to send it straight to me you can send your reply to
> traci.trimbach@xxxxxxxxxxxxx or I will check the forum for your answer
> Thanks so much!
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