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

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How can I scale sprites and maintain visual quality?

I currently have an isometric grid. This grid contains tiles. Some of these tiles have 'tree' sprites sitting upon them. If I have my tree sprite loaded from a texture with a fixed resolution, when I ...
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Aligning pathfinding to the center of tiles?

I'm looking to achieve tile by tile movement in a project I'm working on. I employed the use of the asset Simply A* Path-finding to allow a unit to navigate the terrain. Since the tiles are ...
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How would I go 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 in Mario Party only minus the dice roll? Things I have researched I have been studying the uses for ...
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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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Increment grid by rotation

I'm currently working on a grid for snapping objects side by side. My current script is working fine, but only for game objects which haven't been rotated. Here is an example video of the problem: ...
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Finding a moving target in a maze

I'm making a game that is a bit of a mix of snake and pacman. Basically, two players go through the maze and each time they pick up a piece of candy, a cube is added to their tail. If one player ...
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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 do I recognize squares, rectangles … (like in TwoDots)?

I currently working on a small mobile game. Not a clone of TwoDots(!) but I need to recognize patterns like they do and I use the game as an example. How the game works? Players have to connect dots. ...
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Grid board fill with special cells - predicting movement

I have to create an algorithm which will fill a board, which is made of square cells, with elements. Board can have different sizes and it doesn't have to be a square. Elements fall from top to ...
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Grab all tiles within a radius?

I'm working on a 2D tile based game. I want NPC's to be able to destroy tiles, and ideally I would have a function, which takes a central x,y and then based upon a circular area from that point ...
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How to make a grid layout in Ruby (Gosu)?

So I'm attempting to make a simple Snake game. However, there's one major problem with that - I don't know how to make my playing field as a grid. So far I've split my snake into segemnts, which are ...