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Old 26 June 2012, 06:27   #1
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AMOS Sprite Programming Question

I'm new to AMOS and I'm working on a little project.

I'm working right now on a part of the program that is a small animation scene.

What is the best way to program the actions of a single sprites and other things in steps?

IE -
Step 1 - Walking man sprite moves horizontally over to point A.
Step 2 - Edit background for trap opening up.
Step 3- Man sprite moves vertically down to point B.

So I don't want step 2 to happen until step 1 is done and step 3 doesn't happen until step 2 is done, etc.

Like I said - I'm new to AMOS - so this probably sounds like a stupid question.
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Old 26 June 2012, 17:10   #2
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Not sure a quite understand but AMAL script is good for animation

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