# Tagged Questions

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### Screen coordinates to isometric coordinates?

I know this has been discussed here before, but I couldn't find an easy solution for my particular problem. I have a tile system and I'd like to convert screen coordinates into isometric tile ...
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### isometric coordinates issue: (0,0) and (5,5) are flipped?

I am having an issue with the isometric coordinates. When I enter the coordinates (5,5), the character should be at the bottom corner of the tile, but it is at the top corner, (5,5) and (0,0) look ...
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### Choosing the correct isometric character facing direction

I am currently building a 3D game presented from a 2D isometric viewpoint. The 3D coordinates start at the top left corner of the screen with x and y increasing towards the right and bottom edges ...
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### Staggered Isometric Map: Calculate map coordinates for point on screen

I know there are already a lot of resources about this, but I haven't found one that matches my coordinate system and I'm having massive trouble adjusting any of those solutions to my needs. What I ...
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### Isometric Screen View to World View

I am having trouble working out the math to transform the screen coordinates to the Grid coordinates. The code below is how far I have got but it is totally wrong any help or resources to fix this ...
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### Screen coordinates to a multilevel isometric world

I have an isometric world that has stuff on multiple levels, i.e. it has an XYZ coordinate system, and tiles can be stacked on each other, accumulating screen Y offset as they go. I currently have an ...
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### Isometric to screen, screen to isometric for irregular projection

I have isometric assets that unfortunately can't change and need to work out the projection for those. Here is how a tile looks like: The tile image width/height ratio is 0.(6) (height/widht = ...
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### 2D isometric: screen to tile coordinates

I'm writing an isometric 2D game and I'm having difficulty figuring precisely on which tile the cursor is. Here's a drawing: where xs and ys are screen coordinates (pixels), xt and yt are tile ...