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1answer
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Implementing Camera Zoom in a 2D Engine

I'm currently trying to implement camera scaling/zoom in my 2D Engine. Normally I calculate the Sprite's drawing size and position similar to this pseudo code: render() { var x = sprite.x; ...
4
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3answers
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Why does Unity in 2d mode employ scaling and the default othographic size the way it does?

I previously used SFML, XNA, Monogame, etc to create 2d games, where if I display a 100px sprite on the screen, it will take up 100px. If I use 128px tiles to create a background, the first tile will ...
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1answer
139 views

Background Sprite Setting

For my 2d game, I want to set background image. So that I am using multiple background images for that purpose. But it can't set correctly on screen that illustrated in following image. Also for ...
11
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1answer
538 views

How do I create multiple 2D spotlights?

I'm looking to create a 2D "spotlight" effect that allows a spotlight on multiple entities. I.e., as if several sprites were holding torches. For a single entity (one spotlight), I use a technique ...
2
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0answers
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libGDX using Stage and Actor produces different camera angles on desktop and Android Phone

libGDX using Stage and Actor produces different camera angles on desktop and Android Phone. Here are pictures demonstrating the problem: http://brandonyuh.minus.com/mFpdTSgN17VUq On the desktop ...
4
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1answer
1k views

Orthographic Camera Zooming

In XNA I am using a spritebatch to render a board. I have created a camera class which can provide me a view and projection matrix. Currently I am supplying the view matrix to my sprite batch when I ...
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votes
2answers
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Scrolling 2D sprites on a map with a camera

I'm working on a 2D sprite-based strategy-type game (ok, full disclosure: it's a tower defense game), and I'm having a problem getting the actors to behave correctly when I move the camera. I've got ...