Hi, i'm trying to make a 2D platformer game, with some mini games to pass through from time to time. in one of them there is a circle (in black) rotating with the following script:
void Update ()
transform.Rotate (0, 0, 90 * Time.deltaTime);
And there is a child Cercle (in red) attached to it , that starts moving when it's not anymore child of the black circle (i used a bool called : joined) here is the script for movement:
public float speed =15f;
if (joined == false) //not anymore child of black circle
Vector3 pos = transform.position;
Vector3 velocity = new Vector3 (0f, speed * Time.deltaTime, 0f);
pos += transform.rotation * velocity;
transform.position = pos;
What i want to have is that when i click on mouse button and the red circle is released, i want it's rotation to be set in the right way for it to move as illustrated in the picture, whatever the rotation it has when it was joined with the black cercle.
here is how the red circle get joined with black circles:
void OnTriggerEnter2D (Collider2D col)
if (col.tag == "BlackCircle")
sorry if i couldn't make it so clear for you (i'm noob) don't hestitate to ask me for more clarification. thanks!
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