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#1 2019-10-09 22:36:37, last edited by Trytu (2019-10-09 23:25:05)

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[EEU] fast movement trapdoors

this gif gived me an idea:

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a trapdoor, that opens when you move too fast
that would allow to do this type of minigames in EEU


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#2 2019-10-09 22:51:58

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

seems annoying

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#3 2019-10-09 23:02:16

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

But it's tec-

yo this is a game suggestion for EE. If you were in EEU discord server then you can make a suggestion there and unlike this forum, will be checked by an actual EEU staff.


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#4 2019-10-09 23:14:22

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

One of the most retarded game mechanics for the game finally gets fixed in the reboot of the game, and you dare suggest something that brings it back again
What the ****?


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#5 2019-10-10 00:00:23

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

Crumbling blocks are planned later in development. I feel like they'd be similar to this concept.


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#6 2019-10-10 03:54:45

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

Aren't crumbling blocks a kind of block that rewards going quickly? How does that help with restoring hovers?


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#7 2019-10-10 07:34:08

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

TaskManager wrote:

One of the most retarded game mechanics for the game finally gets fixed in the reboot of the game, and you dare suggest something that brings it back again
What the ****?

actualy its just walkign a normal speed rtaher then moving 0.001px/sec an dhoping you still wouldnt fall


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#8 2019-10-10 19:28:22, last edited by Yu (2019-10-10 19:29:04)

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

Some ideas:

-Throwable dummy NPCs/objects. Press T (or some hotkey) to pick up, and aim with WASD/directional arrows. Press space to throw, or T again (or some hotkey) to drop/cancel. Some blocks can only be broken by thrown objects.

-Crumble blocks: permanent and non-permanent.

-"Digbot" blocks: if on top of a block, press down to break. If to the left/right, press W or D (or left or right) to break the blocks. If below, jump or press up to break the block. If you just press space below a block it won't break. You need to press jump and W or up.

I really want to remake Wario Land 3. Things are coming together in EEU to support that game being remade, just need some more interesting gameplay mechanics such as the above I mentioned for it to work.

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#9 2019-10-11 00:51:10

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Re: [EEU] fast movement trapdoors

TaskManager wrote:

One of the most retarded game mechanics for the game finally gets fixed in the reboot of the game, and you dare suggest something that brings it back again

Invis portals in a nutshell :dabemoji:

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