Shot the Bull's-eye in ecode (I)
Playing games is always happy. Have you ever thought of making one yourself? This time we will use ecode to make a bullseye game, share it with your friends and family, and invite them to play the game you made by yourself.
Game effect demonstration:
Let's start by creating a crosshair that moves on the screen.
When the game starts, broadcast a message to launch “New arrow”.
After receiving this message, set the position and size of the crosshair.
Click the green flag to test your game. You should see the crosshair gets smaller and moves to the lower left corner of the stage.
Add the following code to your arrow sprite to make it a repeated execution and slide to a random position.
Test your game again, and you should see the crosshair moves randomly on the stage.
That's it for today's sharing. In the next issue, we will learn how to launch arrows and get the score.
If you have any ideas or opinions, please feel free to contact us via email@example.com.
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