scewt_namander

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  1. I am attempting to 'animate' the throwing of a tetromino sprite. The animation is simply the tetromino following a Curve while rotating. Once the 'animation' is done (after the tetromino reaches the end of the Curve) I would like to destroy the tetromino. However, looking at the API documentation for PathFollower, it is not clear to me how to detect when the sprite reaches the end of the Curve. I see a lot of event-related methods, but those seem to be for defining your own custom events rather than detecting set events like doneFollowing or something. For the rotation, I would like to set a callback to rotate the sprite at every point along the curve, but that doesn't seem possible either. Am I missing something in the API doc, or is a Curve/PathFollower approach not ideal for this scenario to begin with? Here is my code so far: const points = [ START_X, START_Y, variableX, variableY, END_X, END_Y ]; export default function ThrowAnimator(args) { let {gameObjectFactory, duration} = args; let curve = new Phaser.Curves.Spline(points); this.animateThrow = function(tetrominoShape) { points; let follower = gameObjectFactory.follower(curve, START_X, START_Y, tetrominoShape + 'Whole'); follower.setRotateToPath(true, 90); follower.startFollow({ duration: duration, yoyo: false, ease: 'Sine.easeInOut', repeat: 0 }); } };
  2. I just copied the whole typescript directory and it works fine now. That tutorial leaves out a lot of small things