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wait wtf
02-06-2011, 06:42 PM
well thanks to Brandio's way to record an attack, heres a tutorial on how to record an attack
Well since im not exactly sure how you want your atk to work ill explain how i made my sackbot do a punch atk and hopefully that will help. First make a behavior chip and record the punch animation however you want it to look. Then Hook up the output of the button you want to trigger the atk in to a counter with max count at 1. Then hook that counter up to the behavior chip. You will probably also want to hook it up to a sound and an emitter to emit an invisible thing of holo with a tag on it so the enemies know when they are getting hit. Then make a timer with a max time around .3 secounds or something near that. Then make the timer reset its self and the counter and make it so the counter triggers the timer. Hope that helped.
But he forgot to mention one part. When after you connected everything, connect the timers output to the normal behavior chip of the sackbot so it wont be stuck just slapping and staying in one place. What that does it allows you to punch without your sackbot going all crazy and going back to where he was recorded.

CRISTALSONIC
02-07-2011, 01:16 PM
any why to do a combo attack ? I have been trying :(

killmanx27
02-07-2011, 10:54 PM
any why to do a combo attack ? I have been trying :( ya just add AND gate then add a sequence that has ur behaver(ur actions) tweak the sequencer.Im pretty sure thats how u do it

I_L_T_C_L
02-08-2011, 12:19 PM
Nice im going to try this hopefully when im getting better at lbp2 i feel like i got the lbp part very good aftera year of playing constantly!! Now i just need to readapt :)

Sabooza
02-12-2011, 02:29 PM
i see your a fan of scott pilgrim mr wait wtf, anyway, this is pretty straight forward to figure out, but i guess it helps the creators who dont really fiddle about with things

wait wtf
02-12-2011, 09:27 PM
see your a fan of scott pilgrim mr wait wtf, yes i am ........

AlvaroShiokawa
02-13-2011, 07:55 PM
Nice tutorial, though I got confused a bit trying to figure out the steps on how to do it(Brandio's explanation didn't seem too detailed).

If possible could you please post pictures step-by-step how to do this?