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Movement broken while trying to make a car game
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regamox
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2022-07-05 01:13:01

Hello. I am a total newbie (first time using coppercube) so maybe I am just being dumb, but I was trying to make a car game, and when I tested the game to see if my car moves correctly, I found out that the up arrow key (or W) makes me move backwards, and the down arrow key (or S) makes me move forwards. This happened with the (concept) race car model that I downloaded. When I tried with the classic car model, the movement was also broken, but this time the up arrow key made me move to the right, and the down arrow key to the left. Any help? Also, I didn't have this problem when I tested it with the soldier or the sleepwalker model.


just_in_case
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2022-07-05 06:18:35

You need to correct your model's rotation. Simply go to the behavior attached for the movement of the car model, and there will be an option named as Additional Rotation you need to put 180 or -180 on the Y-axis, if it is moving to the backward direction, if it is moving to right or left then you need to put 90 or -90 on the Y-axis rotation there. This will fix the issue of car moving in the wrong direction.


andgameplay
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2022-07-05 17:50:15

For your car projects, you can use Sm car controller:

https://drive.google.com/drive/f...


regamox
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2022-07-05 17:51:47

Thanks to both of you!


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