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# How to set conditions dictating which of two actors appear post-collision?

Posts: 20Member, BASIC

Actor A collides with actor B, destroying A and simultaneously lowering the score by 1. I now need to build in a condition where, if the score is now 0, actor C (a game over message) spawns, but if the score is still greater than or equal to 1, actor D (warning message) spawns.

Any advice on how to tie a given character's spawning to the score?

All help greatly appreciated.

• Posts: 1,478Member, PRO

I think you answered yourself ..

if the score is now 0, actor C (a game over message) spawns, but if the score is still >greater than or equal to 1, actor D (warning message) spawns.

If game.score is <= 0
spawn game over message
otherwise
spawn warning message

• Posts: 20Member, BASIC

@Icebox said:
I think you answered yourself ..

if the score is now 0, actor C (a game over message) spawns, but if the score is still >greater than or equal to 1, actor D (warning message) spawns.

If game.score is <= 0
spawn game over message
otherwise
spawn warning message

I know I'm on the right track but, being very new to all of this, I'm unclear as to how I establish such rules. A rule, a behavior? And I apply the condition to the actor who represents the scoreboard, or to the actor who, when destroyed, lowers the score?

Sorry if these questions aren't detailed enough...

• Posts: 20Member, BASIC

Bumping this in case anyone has an idea. Thanks!

• Posts: 20Member, BASIC

@johnsheerin215 said:

@Icebox said:
I think you answered yourself ..

if the score is now 0, actor C (a game over message) spawns, but if the score is still >greater than or equal to 1, actor D (warning message) spawns.

If game.score is <= 0
spawn game over message
otherwise
spawn warning message

I know I'm on the right track but, being very new to all of this, I'm unclear as to how I establish such rules. A rule, a behavior? And I apply the condition to the actor who represents the scoreboard, or to the actor who, when destroyed, lowers the score?

Sorry if these questions aren't detailed enough...

I took your advice and tinkered with the "otherwise" element and that worked. Thanks!