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    Probs trying to make a "Super Mario" style bounce

    I'm trying to make a "Super Mario" style bounce. That bounce that Mario does when he falls and hits enemies (I'm sure that you know what I'm talking about).

    The problem is that I don't use MMF for a long time so I've really forgotten the events. And the site that I used to search for those tutorials is already closed.

    So... I would like if anyone could create a tutorial that I could use...
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Probs trying to make a "Super Mario" style bounce

    You'd need to create a custom platform engine to do this properly - although it can be done very dodgilly using the default platform movement.

    Search the forums for a platform engine example. If there are any examples with springs, that would be beneficial as all you'd need to do is replace the springs with enemies and modify an alterable value - depending on what engine there is.

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    Re: Probs trying to make a "Super Mario" style bou

    theres a good custom platform tutorial by DavidN on the tutorials page

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    Re: Probs trying to make a "Super Mario" style bou

    The Platform Movement Object allows to apply a little jump strength when hitting an enemy. Handling this object isn't too easy, it's more aimed at advanced users. But since it's very powerful you may consider to spend some time for learning. The example files help to understand the basics.

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