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How to implement tile enemies behavior? [closed]

I'm having a difficult time to understand , how to implement the behavior of an enemy in a tile based game, movement attack behavior per enemy level ( higher level enemies should be hard to kill) ...
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1answer
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Collision detection problems - Javascript/Canvas game

What I want to do: I simply want the have a 2D array to represent my game map. I want a player sprite and I want that sprite to be able to move around my map freely using the keyboard and also have ...
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2answers
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Efficient collision detection - tile based HTML5/Javascript game

I'm building a basic RPG game and I'm looking at collisions/pickups etc now. It's tile based and I'm using HTML5 and Javascript. I use a 2D array to create my tilemap. I'm currently using a switch ...
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5answers
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What would be a good way to implement/render a 2D tiled map for a browser game?

I coded a a little RPG in ruby and I used an array to contain the map squares. The elements of the array (which defines the X coordinates) are arrays themselves whose elements defines the Y ...
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1answer
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Canvas tile grid, hover effects, single tilesheet, etc

I'm currently in the process of building both the client and server side of an HTML5, canvas, and WebSocket game. This is what I have thus far for the client: http://jsfiddle.net/dDmTf/20/ Current ...
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2answers
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How to draw a tileset using HTML5 canvas?

I have a tileset something like this: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 My tileset draw code looks like this: var image = new Image(); image.src = ...
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1answer
703 views

2d, Top-down map with different levels

So, I'm creating a 2d, top down, sprite based (tiled) game, and right now I'm working on maps (well, a map editor at the moment, but it will be creating my maps, so basically the same thing). The ...
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2answers
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How to scroll hex tiles?

I don't seem to be able to find an answer to this one. I have a map of hex tiles. I wish to implement scrolling. Code at present: drawTilemap = function() { actualX = Math.floor(viewportX / ...
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In a browser, is it best to use one huge spritesheet or many (10000) different PNG's?

I'm creating a game in jQuery, where I use about 10000 32x32 tiles. Until now, I have been using them all separately (no sprite sheet). An average map uses about 2000 tiles (sometimes re-used PNG's ...
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2answers
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Arrays for a heightmap tile-based map

I'm making a game that uses a map which have tiles, corners and borders. Here's a graphical representation: I've managed to store tiles and corners in memory but I'm having troubles to get ...