You Can Talk About Hopscotch Here; Topic 30 [OFFICIAL]

my food empire game and a collection of pixel arts

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You could also use player variables

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Rapterdragon_83 (who made the project) doesn’t have the sub, tho…

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I cant decide if I should make a side scroller game or a first person game.

With the side scroller game I have had different storyboards of what I could do for it where a player has to make it down a street taking out evil sludge monsters and putting out verious fires. (Think: Scott Pilgrim vs The World (the game not the book or movie or stuff)

With the first person game I was thinking of doing a puzzle game where the player has to drag objects to fit together an optical illusion to finish the game. (there’s a game similar to this with a bunch of cubes and a nice soundtrack but I can’t remember what it’s called)

Anyways, I was wondering which one to do and if anyone has any suggestions.

Which Game Should I Make First?
  • Side Scroller Action
  • First Person Puzzle

0 voters

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You know what would really be great? Being able to slide the code interface left and right in the app.

This would be most useful for editing collapsible control flow functions with ease, especially in cases where the block is too small to edit the contents inside.

The devs would then be able to make the blocks as wide as they need to be in order to view the blocks inside, and it would also be much cleaner and have no visual glitches caused by the block overlapping on itself.

@Tri-Angle I think this is 100% needed (I didn’t bother making a topic, lol)

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@Rapterdragon_83 I found a bug: the 100th digit should be 9, not 8. In fact, it’s missing the digit, lol.

“3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679 8214808651 3282306647…” ~ math.com/tables/constants/pi.htm

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Ok thanks, I believe I fixed it.

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There just needs to be an official topic where all the ideas for hopscotch topics are linked and hopscotchers could vote on them and the one with the highest votes gets looked into more.

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I changed my username from aadenboi to aadenboy, only a single letter changed but posted about it just incase

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i thought it was already aadenboy

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No, it was aadenboi (I originally meant for it to be aadenboy but I assumed aadenboy was already taken by an account I lost a while ago)

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ohhh on hs
i thought you meant here

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You forgot to remove the offsets, lol. It thinks the first number is supposed to be 8. Current offset you set was 200 (I guess you used it for testing but didn’t remember to reset it back to 0)…

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Oops I’ll get on that

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re-writing my guide to regex from my osc series because my first version was very confusing (which demotivated me and which explains why i stopped the series temporarily). ive made pretty great progress and i hope this version will be the one :v:

what project should i code that will go along very well with this osc? to give you a context the two osc ive made so far are both presented with a hopscotch project

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A super fast Flood-Fill Algorithm… :eyes:

The fastest one in Hopscotch…

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oh
ill look into that but i wouldnt be sure ill be able to do that lol

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Here’s minesweeper that I made, which has a flood-fill alg. Credit to Awesome_E for original project.

Tapping a blank cell will reveal all neighbors around it. It has extra checks to prevent it from looping over to the other end, and even more to prevent an error similar to Stack Overflow.

And for each blank neighbor, they will reveal their neighbors around them. And this repeats until there are no more blank neighbors (hence the name: Flood-Fill).

Better example:

(The Breadth-First Search Algorithm)

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anybody coding?

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