Door TutorialWhat you will need
- Two events
- Other side of Door
- One Control Switch
- Three Event pages
Make a door like the one below.
Click on the Door event and input the following;
Create another event on the other side of the door event and input the following
You have now successfully created a door event that takes you through a door and under the wall and roof tiles.
Please note that you will need to change the Move route (door) in the Other side of the door event to the door you wish to open if you are using multiple doors.
Secret DoorWhat you will need
- Five Events
- Lower Bookcase
- Upper Bookcase
- Lower Bookcase 1
- Upper Bookcase 1
- Other side of secret door
- One Control Switch
- Secret Door
- 11 event pages
Make a similar set up to what’s shown below;
Now you need to put the actual movements into the events, for ease I’ve labelled them 1-5 on the above picture.
First we need to make the Bookcase that hides the hidden door, and the hidden door even itself.
Event 1-Lower Bookcase (no. 1 on the above pic)
Event 2-Upper Bookcase (no 2 on above pic)
Now we need to make the Bookcase beside the secret door that will appear when the switch is pressed, giving the illusion that the bookcase has moved
Event 3-Lower Bookcase 1 (no. 3 on the above pic)
Event 4-Upper Bookcase 1 (no.4 on the above pic)
Now we’ll event the other side of the door so that you can get back out of your secret room.
Event 5-other side of the secret door (n0.5 on the above pic)
You have now successfully created a secret door way hidden behind a bookcase. Great for those big mansions full of secret passages. Lol.
Why so many event pages you ask?
Because this way you can use only one Control Switch for as many secret doors as you want. Besides, once you make one secret door, you can always copy and paste the events to whatever map you want. This also works well for statues with stairs hidden under them, and other things too!
Once you make one of each thing then it’s an easy thing to just change the graphics, or edit them just enough to suit your needs.
And if you couldn’t be bothered to event it all yourself, feel free to use the events in the provided demo!
If you would like a tutorial on statues, walk through fireplaces, or other things, let me know, because if I can figure out how to do it, anyone can.
Edited by Paladin-Cleric of Awesome, 08 December 2012 - 05:20 PM.