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#1 2019-04-22 23:21:14

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chronological spawns and checkpoints

it would be a checkpoint or spawn which the state you checked the checkpoint when you die, the initial state before you die would be loaded
EX: if somebody checked a chronological checkpoint with 10 blue coins picked if you die with 13 coins picked (without checking chronological checkpoints),  you will back with ten coins picked
other EX: if somebody checked the checkpoint with the switches with the IDS 10, 6 and 5 on, and with the ID 11,2 and 4 off, if you activate the 2 and 11, and deactivate the 10 and 6, when you die, will back with the IDS 10, 6 and 5 active and 11, 2 and 4 deactivated, understood?
and the chronological spawns? the same thing, just imagine the chrono spawns as chrono checkpoints where you checked on the spawn, summing up, chrono spawns would be a  spawn which if you die, you restart by zero

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#2 2019-04-23 03:21:18

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Re: chronological spawns and checkpoints

this would be possible when they add save points. when you die, you would just get sent to a room where you have to load your last save.


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#3 2019-04-23 10:40:47

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Re: chronological spawns and checkpoints

no i have a question you touch that checkpoitnt collect a coin and touch a NORMAL check point what now?  what happens wiht every action you take after touchign th enormal checkpoint? and/or what happens if you backtrack to that one chrono checkpoint


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#4 2019-04-23 10:53:22

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Re: chronological spawns and checkpoints

peace wrote:

no i have a question you touch that checkpoitnt collect a coin and touch a NORMAL check point what now?  what happens wiht every action you take after touchign th enormal checkpoint? and/or what happens if you backtrack to that one chrono checkpoint

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#5 2019-04-23 14:00:01

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Re: chronological spawns and checkpoints

peace wrote:

no i have a question you touch that checkpoitnt collect a coin and touch a NORMAL check point what now?  what happens wiht every action you take after touchign th enormal checkpoint? and/or what happens if you backtrack to that one chrono checkpoint

I think if you have say 10 coins and get a normal checkpoint, get 3 coins and die, you respawn with 13 coins. Then if you go back to the chrono checkpoint and you then collect another coin and die again you have 13.


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#6 2019-04-23 16:25:51, last edited by Praizmlet (2019-04-23 16:32:10)

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Re: chronological spawns and checkpoints

peace wrote:

no i have a question you touch that checkpoitnt collect a coin and touch a NORMAL check point what now?  what happens wiht every action you take after touchign th enormal checkpoint? and/or what happens if you backtrack to that one chrono checkpoint

when you touch normal checkpoints after touching a chrono checkpoint, will be like you never have been touched a chrono checkpoint

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