Thank you!! I have a perverse sense of humor, so I understand lol
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You might try changing the near clipping plane in the Main Camera to be further down. Anything closer than that amount is not drawn by the camera, so you could use this to hide the things that are blocking your view as you move around.
This looks great so far. The only thing I would recommend at this point is to use a more legible text font. This works well for titles, but not as well for body text. In the edit theme page, you can actually access hundreds of additional options if you use "Select Google Font."
No one can play your game as you've uploaded it. Please follow the same steps you used for https://bernardstrachan.itch.io/dont-squish-the-spider. Those instructions are on Ryver if you need them.
You need to close out the conditional statement checking if frogX > 800 before checking if gameState is equal to 5. Otherwise, it will only check if gameState is equal to 5 if it's already equal to 4 and if the frogX is NOT > 800.
For the health/timer during the question, you can tie the health/timer to the width of the health bar. So each frame it could decrease by .1 or something and if it goes below 0, then the chef wins.
It's really nice that you have distinct mechanics in each level.
You might consider adding a timer as a lose condition. Maybe the pigeon needs to get that bacon, egg and cheese before class starts or something. It might also be nice if when you reach the sandwich, the image grows to encompass the whole screen before showing the win screen. I think we were able to address your other issues in class. Good job.
Hey Luke. Please make sure to follow the instructions for how to export the application, because right now, no one can play your game! Someone with Processing can open the individual files, but it doesn't include any of the assets. Don't let your work go to waste!
Make sure you are referencing the local folder and not the full domain, meaning that instead of this...
shutDown = loadImage("C:/Users/kevin/Desktop/processing-3.5.3/Files/FGP/shutdown2.png");
gamExe = loadImage("C:/Users/kevin/Desktop/processing-3.5.3/Files/FGP/game.png");
It should look like this with all the asset files in the data subfolder of your project folder:
shutDown = loadImage("shutdown2.png");
gamExe = loadImage("game.png");