A visual representation of a geographic region, showing physical features.

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Creating a seamless open world 2d game map

I'm creating an open world game similar to Pokemon. Should I load the full map, or divide it into chunks and load only the the nearby area? I don't want my user to get to a point where it will ...
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rpg 3d open world map & entity loading-streaming

Hello I'm a web developer and recently I started reading about game development. I followed some tutorials regarding c++ and openGL (whatever I could find online because as you know not many up to ...
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libGDX map transition via try & catch exeption

I have a simple question. Some explination first, however: I am using libGDX and making a Legend of Zelda-type top-down game and I'm having an issue with map transitions. When I made the tilemap ...
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Good map file structure?

I need a map file structure for my game but does anyone know a good way to map it out? I was thinking something like this: name=MyMap add[floor[stone]][solid][20, 640] add[playerspawn][20, 620]
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A few queries about my Map Data (& ideas of improvement, seconded opinion required)

so like the title says i'm trying to think of ways that i can basically improve my level/map data. Currently it's "alright" but i don't feel it's great. There's certain things that i'd like to-do to ...
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How do I get the current location when using slick 2D library?

I'm developing a map kind of simple game using slick 2D library, and I want to get the current location of the user. When the user runs into a special location (ex: hole) to indicate that is ...
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How do I export a .tmx file into a custom format?

I just created a map in tiled software. The problem is that it has created a .tmx file. But I need a different format than that, something I can easily store in 2D int array. By 2D int array I mean: ...