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Construct Game Development by Daven Bigelow

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Time for action — getting our player moving

Now we can give our player the platform behavior and try it out when we run the game. This is the first step in making the game interactive.

  1. Select the player sprite, and scroll down the left-side menu to the Behaviors group. Then, click on Add in the New Behavior box. We now see the following screenshot:
    Time for action — getting our player moving
  2. Our player object now has the ability to move around using the arrow keys and jump using the Shift key. Run the game to see this in action.
    Time for action — getting our player moving
  3. Now we can look at the settings for the behavior in the left screen. ...

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