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Creating a trivia game in Director 5

Creating a trivia game in Director 5

Creating a trivia game in Director 5

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Hi, I'm working on a trivia game in Director 5 and I was wondering how I would go about doing so? The trivia game consists of 7 questions with a 30 second timer. The point value for each question begins at 120 and as every 6 seconds go by, the point value goes down by 20 points. If the question is not answered in time the timer and score will both reach zero. Even a place or resource where I could for info like this would be great. Thanks alot.

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RE: Creating a trivia game in Director 5

What I would do is place each question in a frame. When the playback head enters the frame start the timer. when the user chooses their answer then check to see how much time has passed and modify their score based on that.
Not sure if this helps.

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