Start your free trial Creating a Monster Class Creating a monster is similar to creating a player. In fact, we are going to use the same basic class code but change its name and namespace. Create a new file called zombie. Now, copy the following code into the monster class: 1 ig. This is a simple monster, so there are only a few sprites representing its animation. You can then click on the map to add the monster where you want it.
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Building HTML5 Games with ImpactJS by Jesse Freeman
Start your free trial Loading New Levels It looks like we are ready to load our next level. Loading levels in Impact is incredibly easy; we actually did it as one of the first steps in setting up this game. In this section, I will talk about building something we call a trigger, which is an invisible area of the map that executes an activity when the player enters it. In this case, we will be building a level exit. Now, we need a way to store the name of the next level we should load when the player collides with the level exit entity. A entities by adding the following property to the top of your class: checkAgainst: ig.
Building HTML5 Games with ImpactJS: An Introduction On HTML5 Game Development