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W. Wang, T. WalcottProgramming for Game Designhttps://doi.org/10.1007/979-8-8688-0190-7_3

3. Writing Scripts

Wallace Wang1   and Tonnetta Walcott2
San Diego, CA, USA
El Cajon, CA, USA

When you create a project with at least one scene that displays graphic images on the screen, that scene will appear static no matter what the user does. To make a project interactive, you need to write scripts that respond when something happens to a specific node. Two common ways to make a project interactive are to let the user control an object in a project and to let the computer change the appearance of a project when collisions occur between objects.

Scripts are essentially ...

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