A regular tessellation of a surface to create uniform, contiguous cells arranged in a consistent pattern.

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Show a range grid movement as3

How do I show range of grid movement in AS3? When player controls a character and chooses "move" options, the grid of movement will be displayed as 3 grid of X, 4 grid of Y (Both sides, + and -). So, ...
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how would I go on about making a movement system like mario party

main question how would i go about getting a movement system similar to the one they have on mario party only minus the dice roll things i have researched so I have been studying the uses for ...
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How to attach a sprite to a TMXTiledMap at a particular coordinate, in AndEngine?

I am trying to add a sprite at a "grid" location on the tiled map. The TMX tiled Map is like a grid, and you can access the size of the grid by calling mTMXtiledMap.getTileRows() and ...
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Ray picking gives inversed results

I'm trying to do a simple ray picking implementation to allow a user to select a cell in a grid rendered in 3D. I'm almost there, but I've ran into an issue which I can't seem to solve. Consider the ...
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How to implement Uniform Grid for collision detection

I want to implement a unifrom grid to use for collision detection in my 2D Java game. This way instead of checking for each game object if it collides with any other object on the screen, I only check ...
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Obstacle generation on a grid

I have a 2D grid. I'd like to place items and obstacles randomly. I also have a starting point. My main goal is to place the obstacles in a way that all the items are still collectable. What is the ...
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How can I make flood-fill work for all 4-match cases?

I am developing a game like Bejeweled, but a bit more complex. Imagine there are 12 x 12 tiles with 8 different tiles. Whenever there are minimum 4 tiles (or more) align in a vertical or horizontal ...