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7. Sounds fun

Collision detection on its own was short and sweet, but when Monster and the shape collides, nothing happens beside the shape being destroyed. We can take the advantage of that condition and add something extra - sound.

Let's select the “Monster”, and search for “Audio” in “Other actions”.

Click on it to see the dropdown and go for “Play a sound”. In the right panel, click “Choose a new audio file”.

It will open a popup where you'll be able to choose and load an audio file that will be played when the shape will be collected by the Monster. For us, it's called monster.wav.

If you selected it correctly, you should see the name of the sound file that will be used.

Make sure the “Repeat the sound” is set to “No” as we want this to be played only once when the Monster collects the shape. The default volume is 100.

Now when we have the sound covered, we can start thinking about tracking the score.

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