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    PC vs IOS controls

    Ok, so I've figured out that programming in the click with left mouse button equals the player taps the iphone.

    Then I finally figured out that using "mouse controlled" for a game character equals the player uses their finger on the iphone to move the character around.

    Any other easy things in the player controls I need to know? Finishing up my first game and going to start another in a couple of weeks.

    Thanks

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    Problem is, if you are using buttons to control on the iphone you will run into problems (well unless you use the default movements).

    the thing is, for example - when you press the "left" directional button on your iphone screen it places the mouse pointer over it. When you remove you finger the mouse cursor still stays over the button. You then need to use the multi touch object for this..

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