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14. Player Movement

Casey Hardman1 
West Palm Beach, FL, USA

With our new project in place, let’s start coding our player’s movement. We’re going to get a little fancy with it to exercise our programming skills and learn about some new methods.

As we mentioned in the last chapter, we want movement to be fluid – not jerky, but not slippery, either. A little bit of time to build to the maximum speed will make it less of a sudden jerk when the player begins moving. Likewise, we want some time to lose speed after you stop holding down the movement keys. It won’t be much, because a game like this requires tight control of the character, so ...

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