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  1. Make sure you are using a rigid body attached to your cube. In your collision code block set the rigidbody velocity to 0.   Example: _________________________     var getRigid : RigidBody       OnCollisionEnter(getCollider : Collision){   getRigid.velocity.x = 0; getRigid.velocity.y = 0; getRigid.velocity.z = 0;   }   Should fix the problem. Also that code is from the top of my head you'll need to make a reference for your rigidbody for the example I used (getRigid)     Cheers!  
  2. Aspiring game developer needs advice

    Hey Mkuehling, Just wanted to reply to your post to hopefully give you some useful advice. I'd steer clear of flash if you are just starting out. I'd be more inclined to reccommend GameMaker ( [url=""][/url] ) It requires very little coding so if you have an artistic backround you can put something together much faster and keep your involvement high. Along with this before things are getting too complicated you can visualize overall how coding a game works by using the predefined code blocks in Game Maker. You essentially create a game by linking general predefined logic together in conjunction with your artwork. Along with this it's very easy to publish your game on YoYo games when you finish your projects and best of all Game Maker is free to try. If your working on an action RPG i'd focus on your movement, jumping, ground collision and animations first. Reference: [url=""][/url] Getting Start Tutorial: [url=""][/url] Game Maker Programming tutorial ( For when you get a bit more advanced ) [url=""][/url]
  3. Hack The Planet, Released now on the App Store!

    Hack The Planet is out now! you can get it here: I have some promo codes available, if you are interested please send me a PM. Thanks! Aaron
  4. Hack season is coming on strong this year! Coming this May prepare for the ultimate foot bag experience with Hack The Planet for the iPhone, and iPod touch! Solely designed and developed by Aaron Mouland using Unity3D, with music from Trevor Kay. Hack The Planet is a tribute to my youth, I remember growing up and playing hack at school during recess, or just being bored and having a game of hack with my friends. With that I've taken all my experience from playing hack and have put that love for the game into Hack The Planet. View the trailer at: For more information please visit: You can buy the game now here: [Edited by - Baloniman on May 12, 2010 11:31:36 AM]