How to make a Reset Button (🟩 2/10)

As you fall in Don’t Look Down, from high heights, you wish, Can’t their just be a reset button that eliminates me and teleports me back to my recent summit?


Hello!

As the intro said, today, I will be teaching you how to make a Reset Button in GKC!
You will Need:
1x Game Overlay Device
1x Damager Device (NEW)

Procedure

  1. Place Down the Game Overlay Device and click on it.
  2. Copy these settings: (Overlay Position is Personal Preference)
  3. Place down a Damager Device and click on it
  4. Copy these settings:
  5. Wire the 2 devices up like so:
  6. Test it out, you will see a button that says “Reset”. When you click it, you will be eliminated.
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YEEESSSS IVE WANTED ONE OF THESE GUIDES FOR SOOOOO LOOOOONG!

This is a great guide in my opinion!

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great guide Argo!


When you play a platformer and you get soft locked:

there is a reset button

:+1: :smile: :heart_eyes: recommends to friends

there is no reset button

:face_vomiting: :exploding_head: :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: :skull: rage quits


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Don’t wanna be that guy but uhh…
yeah so this may exist
not that this is a bad guide or anything!

This is more optimised, that tutorial uses like a million devices and wires :skull:
AAAAA I FORGOT ABOUT THE RESPAWN DEVICE
It’s still more optimised

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Wait couldn’t you use a respawn device

Edit: I just saw this mb but I wonder which one uses more memory

You could also use a button.

And, You’re back! Cool!

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You can just use a respawner to knock out anyways lol. But Argo’s idea would work

Respawn is 10 memory, Damager is 30 memory

Although the respawn is more memory efficient, the damager allows you to add activity feed as well, like “{name} warped back in time”, which would usually require block code (500 memory).

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Ohhh! That’s nice.