2
votes
1answer
142 views

How can I make an animation using arrays?

I want to take an array of sprites, for example sf::Sprite animation[3] = { stepLeft, inMiddle, stepRight }; and construct an animation by looping them. Is this possible? How do I go about it?
2
votes
1answer
578 views

Why do I have to run my 2D game at 300+ FPS for movement to be passably smooth?

I'm working on a simple game with SFML, and the only way to make the game reasonably smooth is to allow it the highest framerate my machine can handle (that is, giving it no limit). 60 FPS in my game ...
12
votes
2answers
956 views

Should I be using spritesheets, because of or despite of my vast number of images?

I am developing a 2D game, and I have a lot of sprites. I used 3D animations and models to render into 2D, to give them that "Fallout" or "Diablo" look to them. It is also easier than drawing by hand, ...
3
votes
1answer
191 views

Sfml: Sprite scale transformation animation

Is there any way to animate a transformation on sf::Sprite like setScale or setPosition? ie: sprite.setScale(0.5f,0.5f);. I want the transition between normal and half scale be smooth. Thanks!
-1
votes
1answer
200 views

Drawing multiple sprites with clear screen for every frame

I googled with best of my skills, but I cannot find any relevant answer to my problem. I'm making a game with an isometric view. I need to draw multiple sprites on the screen and before switching to ...
0
votes
1answer
247 views

Animating isometric sprites

I'm having trouble coming up with a way to animate these 2D isometric sprites. The sprites are stored like this: (Game Folder Root)/Assets/Sprites/(Sprite Name)/(Sprite Animation)/(Sprite ...
7
votes
2answers
2k views

Better animation of elements in SFML/C++

This is not about animating individual characters or elements, I'm happy with spritesheets for that. What I'm looking for is the animation of elements on screen. For example my game starts and the ...