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#1 2018-05-12 19:55:30

From: Poland
Joined: 2017-12-10
Posts: 464

stop effect

An effect, that make your movent impossible (like speed effect, or slowness, but in opposite side)(or like multijump effect set to 0, but for movement, not for jumps).
In the most of portal systems, map owners doesn't want players move. Stop effect, and multijump (set to 0) effect could be nice combo.
It could be 2 steps backward from speed effect.

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#2 2018-05-12 20:42:29

From: Serbia,probs never heard of it
Joined: 2015-02-19
Posts: 2,103

Re: stop effect

Or.... You could just make your systems in a way so the player can't move?

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#3 2018-05-12 21:21:39

From: admin land
Joined: 2015-08-10
Posts: 3,778

Re: stop effect

this effect will need a timer so you dont end up being endlessly stuck if set to 0 sec it just sets your speed to 0 and you can inmedaitly move that coudl be used as avoid this to complete the minigame

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#4 2018-05-12 21:23:02

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From: England
Joined: 2016-06-03
Posts: 2,609

Re: stop effect

The main reason I would like this is that its near impossible to fully test whether pressing arrow keys can break a switch system, as sometimes only pressing certain keys at very exact times will cause it to fail. (Plus it allows you to make much more compact systems, but the first one is the main one)



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