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Cut The Rope game

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Author: Xray

Group: Default

Filesize: 0.54 MB

Date added: 2015-09-13

Rating: 6.1

Downloads: 2578

Views: 402

Comments: 22

Ratings: 3

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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Use your logic and problem-solving skills to cut the ropes in the correct sequence to score points. Instructions are in the game.

I will be making more difficult levels as my time permits. Hope you like it!

Let me know if you have any questions, or if you need a hint to score points.
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Pretty good cover of original game)
My score is 3
Thanks, Kilinich! :)
This is a great game and everything works well. One suggestion that I have is to make the cut tool only cut when the left mouse button is down so you don't cut ropes by accident.
Last edited at 2015/09/14 18:42:50 by T'wind
T'wind - Thanks for the feedback! When using a real box cutter with the blade exposed, there is no left mouse button to press. You have to be very careful not to cut yourself or cut things that you don't intend to cut. That's why I made it like I did. The user has to be careful how they use that knife! Maybe it adds slightly more of a challenge to an otherwise boring game! :lol:
Last edited at 2015/09/14 19:48:16 by Xray
Good job! :tup: :tup:
I can suggest you one method if the case you want the user won't be able to cut anything: layer select.
The function is selectLayer()
lololoer - I already use layers. I put the entire scene on layer-1 in order to prevent cheating. And I put the ropes on collision layer-A so that the knife can only cut ropes and nothing else. It works just find the way I did it. Thanks anyways for the suggestion!
Great scene, its good to see you are still around.
Thanks wild bill! I'm glad that you are still around also! :)
It really makes fun!;)
Thanks, S.A.!
Excuse me? I got your message Xray.

I think you got the wrong guy.

I'm not CyanDrop.

I'm just a person who likes Algodoo.
Cyanineeter - Well, there are some similarities between you and CyanDrop (the name for one). He was recently banned for registering multiple accounts and that's why I thought you were him. Sorry about that.
Good idea, but knife isnt working for some reason. Is this just my bad computer or is this true for everybody?
RAMTurtle - As you can see, I have not had any other comments about the knife not working. Therefore, the problem that you described must be caused by something in your computer.
I noticed that when you first cut the top rope, you can't cut the left rope.
T'wind - YOU ARE RIGHT! :o I did not notice that, and you are the first person to mention it. I'll have to fix it (as my time permits). Thanks for bringing it to my attention. :tup:

Maybe this is what RamTurtle was complaining about, but he wasn't specific about it not cutting the left rope, and so I overlooked it.
Last edited at 2015/11/01 18:13:57 by Xray
Xray i need help plz tell me how to script
Tell you how to script?!!! That's like asking me to teach you to speak Spanish (or some other language)!. Just like learning any new subject, it requires many hours of training to learn the basics. Then it requires many more hours to learn advanced methods.

The best way for you to learn how to script is just like the way most of us learned it. That is, start out by reading through the Algodoo Forum (under the heading of "Thyme Scripting"). Learn to do simple things at first like onCollide scripts (make something happen when two objects bump into each other). Then start to learn more advanced techniques. Learn how others have done it by downloading their scenes (like mine, for example) and experiment by writing some script, and seeing what happens when you make changes to it. Most people will be happy to answer questions for you, but no one will want to spend many hours of their time teaching you everything about it. The more time that YOU put into learning it, the more you will learn about it, and the more things you will be able to do with it. After a while, you will find yourself making some amazing scenes that you would otherwise not be able to do without knowing how to script!

I use Thyme script in EVERY scene that I make, and I enjoy it very much. Click on my user name, and you will see how many scenes that I have made over the past few years. You will see that I especially like to make copies of the older arcade games like PacMan, Frogger, Donky Kong, and others. Those games require a LOT of time and a lot of work to do a good job of it, but it's worth the effort. It will be a long time before you are at that level where you will be able to make those kinds of complex games, but the more effort you put into leaning it, the better your scenes will be, and the more that other people will enjoy playing them!
Awsome game and by the way im uploading games slower it will take a wile when i upload games
I got 0, 1, 2, and 3 points!!!