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Enemies will move faster each time they recover from getting stunned.

Stunned enemies appear as a different color Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A tiles briefly appear as a different color. When the player's stun is ready, their avatar should have an indicator. It seems like there are a lot of different criteria here. But no need to worry! We'll follow our development process and it'll be fine!

We'll need more state in our game for a lot of these changes. So, as we have in the past, let's start Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A modifying our World and related types. World State Modifications The first big change is that we're going to add a Player type to carry more information about our character.

This will replace the playerLocation field in our World. It will have current location, as well as timer values related to our Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A weapon. The first value will be the time remaining until we can use it again. The second value will be the next delay after we use it.

This second value is the one that will increase each time we use the stun. We'll use Word unsigned int values for all our timers.


LocationplayerCurrentStunDelay:: WordplayerNextStunDelay:: We'll add some similar new fields to the enemy. The first of these is a lagTime. That is, Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A number of ticks an enemy will wait before moving. The more times we stun them, the lower this will go, and the faster they'll get. Then, just as we keep track of a stun delay for the player, each enemy will have a Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A remaining time. If the enemy is active, this will be 0.

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We'll also store the "next stun duration", like we did with the Player. For the enemy, this delay will decrease each time the enemy gets stunned, so the game gets harder. LocationenemyLagTime:: WordenemyNextStunDuration:: WordenemyCurrentStunTimer:: First, a list Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A locations affected by the stun.


These will briefly highlight when we use the stun and then go away. Second, we need a worldTime.

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This will help us keep track of when enemies should move. PlayerstartLocation:: LocationendLocation:: LocationworldBoundaries:: Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex AworldResult:: GameResultworldRandomGenerator:: StdGenworldEnemies:: Here are the broad steps we need to take. Every instance of playerLocation w should change to access playerLocation worldPlayer w. We should make a newPlayer expression and use it whenever we re-initialize the world. We should make a similar function mkNewEnemy.

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This should take a location and initialize an Enemy. Any instances of Apache AE-DSLEA-100Annex A constructors in pattern matches need the new arguments. Use wildcards for now. Other places where we initialize the World should add extra arguments as well. Use the empty list for the stunCells and 0 the world timer.

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Take a look at this commit for details! A Matter of Time For the next step, we want to ensure all our time updates occur. Download Apache AE-DSL/EA(Annex A) ADSL Modem Windows 98SE/ME//XP N/A Driver - Apache Micro Apache Micro drivers.

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