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    Need some advice making a simple game..

    At the moment im making a game for a summer project in college, its a jigsaw game, i just need to get my hands on a piece of code that lets me select a piece, drag and snaps into place, and then select another piece by clicking on it.. soz for the bad explanation its early...

    Thanks for your time guys.

    Sas....

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    Project as in homework for a grade? Its probably against the rules to get code from other people.

    I'm also pretty sure there are tutorials for just this kind of thing out there, but its best to learn it for yourself.
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    Nah its not homework, im in a H-dip in games design, but im Bollocks at coding.. do you guys have any good links that could lead me to what im looking for?

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    I did a google search for 'Flash drag tutorial' and saw lots of things, but you'll have to see which fits your project.
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