Is there any way to know how many coins the player has?

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Post #1by Toy Bonnie » 17 Mar 2018, 21:02

Title says it all. I think that is possible with Scripts, Layers & Events. :SOS:

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Oh, and the reason why i'm asking this is because i'm trying to recreate the Star blocks from SMW.
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Post #2by the GaMERDoG » 18 Mar 2018, 6:31

sysval(CoinCount)
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Post #3by Toy Bonnie » 18 Mar 2018, 16:28

the GaMERDoG wrote:sysval(CoinCount)
But can you excactly tell me the structure of the script???
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Post #4by PvP_FINGER » 9 Jun 2018, 6:25

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If sysval(CoinCount) >= 50 then
Call TCreate(0,[Event])
end if


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