First time here? First time here? Newsletter Signup Newsletter
Login | Register | 651326 Members and growing!
Search tutorials
Author: J.D.Andrews | Website:

Now that you are done with the Collision checking actionscript, in the movie clip processor Put this action script in the key frame in frame 2.

Go to and Play (1)

And finally go back to the main time line and use Motion Tweening and make the movie clips move across the scene and at some point collide with one another. In my example i made the scene 48 frames long and tweened the movie clips across the scene.

Well that's it. If you have any Question Flash Kit has an excellent message board forum called "Action Scripting". Just go there and post you question and one of the moderators like myself or a member will help you.

» Level Basic

Added: 2000-07-13
Rating: 7 Votes: 68
(10 being the highest)
» Author
» Download
Download the files used in this tutorial.
» Forums
More help? Search our boards for quick answers!


  • There are no comments yet. Be the first to comment!

  • You must have javascript enabled in order to post comments.

Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.
Featured Flash FLA
» Author: Inocreato
» Title: RaiseTheBlocks
» Description: Raise all the blocks to win the game
Featured Sound Loops
Image for equalize

Audio Player

» Author: TomCat Carty
» Title: The Wood
» Description: Just a little game ending or it can maybe be looped. Recorders with music box and percussion to give the feel of well, I don't know, the woods? Free to use, just credit me. thank you
Latest Font
» Author: Fábio FAFERS
» Description: I created this font for free use. Everyone can apply it in personal or business texts. Its free, but I want to be communicated in case of business use. Donations are accepted to keep the project of free fonts alive! Thank you all
Featured Sound Fx
Image for equalize

Audio Player

» Author: Davisigner
» Description: Hmm... what to say about this one? It's reminiscent of the closing notes of the opening music from the Three Stooges done in a church organ style with a closing cymbal crash. I'll give this one away gratis, but feel free to check out my free loops and potential upcoming license-mandated ones over in the respective part of Flashkit.