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    Natural Frame Transition Example

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    Using just the basic setup(built in platform movement) to make a natural looking transition from frame to frame (example, Zelda) just from left to right, not up and down.
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    Re: Natural Frame Transition Example

    Thanks, dude. I've been searching for this for a long time. The same would aply for up and down right?

    Working on a "Flashback" type of game.

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    Re: Natural Frame Transition Example

    My bad dude! hadn't checked the extesions since i did this! lol, yeah it would work, just assign the values to all the new keys you would be adding and you should be all set.

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