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    Two actives overlap destroy one solution

    Hi,

    I have a problem with active objects, I have 3 of the same active objects and sometimes they overlap each other, how can I make two of them dissapear.
    so if the 3 actives are overlapping I want two of them destroyed and only one exsist.

    same with 4 actives where I need 3 destroyed.

    I can't figure this out

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    Try this

    If object A overlaps object A
    + pick one of object A (pick or count ->pick object A at random)

    = Destroy object A

    This will destroy one at a time for each frame.

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    Thanks a million! this will work

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