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1answer
78 views

Collision Detection Algorithm With Tile Map Help

I am trying to fix the collision between my player and the tilemap that I am using to render my game. For whatever reason the collision is off when I start scrolling in the X-axis, the up and down ...
0
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0answers
13 views

Help with Interactive Grid for Turn-Based-Strategy game [duplicate]

So right now I have all of the menus, and game saving/loading stuff done, but I need help creating my actual game. I have a basic idea of what I want the game to be like. But I just need help with the ...
1
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1answer
58 views

Tilemap graphic rendering

Say i have 10 towns in my world map. the world map right now is just a very large Tilemap. I'm curious as to what the standard is. I think it would be much more efficent to have a Tilemap for each ...
2
votes
1answer
86 views

Drawing tile images with bigger height on floor tiles on 2.5D isometric map

Hello I am creating my first isometric game. I have floor tiles which are 112*56 in size. This is a simple strategy game I am making, it's an existing game, I just copied the idea for practice since ...
1
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0answers
60 views

convert image to spritesheet of tiles for isometric map?

is there a way to convert an isometric image (like the first image) to a spritesheet (like the second image), in order to place each image on the isometric map with the code? The map looks like the ...
1
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1answer
68 views

Electronic circuit simulator four-way flood-filling issues

I've made an electronic circuit board simulator which has simply 3 types of tiles: wires, power sources, and inverters. Wires connect to anything they touch, other than the sides of inverters; ...
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0answers
25 views

Moving a tiled map in a jframe

I rendered a tiled map, with the help of slick2d, in my JFrame in Java. I can move my main character, but it is just that the character itself moves. I would like to do it that, if the player moves, ...
4
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2answers
218 views

How would I go about updating my electronic circuit simulator's 'electricity'?

I have made an application which allows the user to place down wires, power sources, and inverters on a virtual circuit board. All connections between tiles are automatic, as shown here: As you ...
0
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2answers
93 views

What design pattern should I employ for validating character movement?

I'm developing a RPG in Java and have a Map class, which will contain all the MapObjects (the Player, Enemies, Walls, etc.): Map.java public class Map { private int width; private int height; ...
0
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0answers
45 views

Box2D and randomly generated tilemaps

I am making a 2D Terraria-style sidescrolling game. I want to use box2d for the physics. However, I am using tilemaps for the maps, and I do not know of a processor-efficient way to use Box2D bodies ...
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0answers
54 views

Structure gameobjects and call events

I'm working on a 2D tile based game in which the player interacts with other game objects (chests, AI, Doors, Houses etc...). The entire map will be stored in a file which I can read. When loading the ...
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0answers
85 views

Collision in Tiled Map - LibGDX

I have collision code that deals with left or right or top or bottom. I am using Tiled Map with LibGDX. Question is: How do I detect collision with other cells by all 4 sides, and not specifically ...
3
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3answers
146 views

How do I change the relative origins of a Box2D World and a TiledMap in Libgdx?

I'm playing around with Box2D and TiledMaps and I've come across this minor annoyance. As you can see, both Box2D and TiledMap render at the center of the screen. This forces me to compensate by ...
0
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1answer
114 views

Should I use tiles in a snake game? [closed]

I'm building a simple snake game, which is my first game ever. I'm using LibGDX, which is Java-based. I've looked at the Tiled Map Editor, but I don't know if it is necessary in a simple game like ...
2
votes
3answers
170 views

Tile map propagating fire

I have a Model(I use the MVC pattern), that holds an 2D Array with Tile objects. A tile object have a member, whether it burns or not, a member how long it takes until the neighboring tiles get fire ...
0
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2answers
222 views

Tile map collision and object handling

I want to program a game. In this game there is a tile map and objects that interact with it and them self. For that I made first a TileMap class, in it is only the data of the tile map. Its a very ...
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votes
1answer
98 views

How do you divide the screen into tiles? [closed]

I have been reading alot on tile-based game programming but i could not find a satisfying answer to this question. I want to know how i can divide the screen into tiles of a size like 32? I am doing ...
-1
votes
1answer
124 views

java tile based game :tile lag fix

hi I have a game where it reads a txt file and loads a map 0 represents air and 2 represents dirt I have a class for each tile as well as a tilemap I will show u my code. the problem is it lags like ...
2
votes
3answers
491 views

How would you draw a tile map with perspective?

I want the maps in the game I'm working (in Java) to be draw with perspective just to sugar coat it, but I'm not sure how that can be done. If anyone has an article about the math behind it or ...
-1
votes
2answers
113 views

Java Tilemap Collision

I have tilemaps represented by values from 0 to 4. How can I make the player collide with tiles represented by 3 and stop the player from passing through it ? Here is my code for the player and ...
0
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2answers
168 views

How to get surrounding tiles in a tile array

I've created a tiled map that holds two layers, one for the tile type, and the other for whether it is solid or not. I plan on creating very big maps, and checking every tile seems like it would slow ...
3
votes
2answers
965 views

How would I implement procedurally generated tiles in libgdx?

I'm creating a simple top down Zelda-esque game in libgdx, and I want to implement tile-based dungeons that are procedurally generated, similar to this. Libgdx does have a class called TiledMap which ...
0
votes
1answer
98 views

Passing through edges of AABB collision

When I move, I grab the tile in front of the player, but when the player is colliding between two tiles, I grab the wrong tile due to rounding error. I made a video explaining what I mean. As you can ...
0
votes
2answers
406 views

How to make different layers in a 2d game map

My question is this: How do I make a gamemap from the drawings on my spritesheet? The tutorial I have followed for making a java 2D game uses this technique to make a gamemap: in photoshop I create ...
-1
votes
1answer
186 views

How to draw a map for the game? [closed]

I wanted to make a small game, it will be about space. But I had a couple of questions, how to draw a map for the game? I would like to have lots of planets, possible consolidation of the system (as ...
1
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0answers
120 views

Drawing visible tiles - side scrolling

Currently I'm calling drawMap every time repaint is called. This is the code I've written for my drawMap method so far. public void drawMap(Graphics2D g2d) { int minOffsetX = 0, minOffsetY = 0; ...
3
votes
1answer
351 views

How do I detect a tile map collision's direction? [duplicate]

I'm implementing collision detection with the map for my platformer. I have a method that generates a polygon on every tile and checks if the player hits it -- that's all fine. The problem is that ...
1
vote
1answer
304 views

What's the most memory efficient way to load a tiled map?

Currently I am working on a simple 2D platformer and I want to load a tiled map. What I've started working on is loading the tiles using a text file. My first question is simple: is a text file the ...
0
votes
0answers
118 views

Rendering tile maps for mobile devices

Hitting a bit of a roadblock with my game's development and I'm just looking for some outside advice. I'm trying to render a tilemap for my mobile game (Android) and I'm using LibGDX. Now, here's ...
0
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3answers
379 views

Tile Map World Background

I am making a 2D top-down game in Java using the Slick2D library. However, this question applies to all ways of making games of this nature. My question is: How would I do a background for the world. ...
1
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2answers
277 views

Full map image loading, vs individual tile loading

I want to make a isometric tile game in java, like a lot of strategy games out there. What is the best approach to loading the map for this game? Would it be better practice to load one single image ...
0
votes
1answer
238 views

Map handling - Indoors/Outdoors and loading large maps

I have two questions regarding the handling of maps. Question 1. My map will consist of outdoor enviroments as well as dungeons, houses etc. How would I go on about connecting the outdoors with the ...
1
vote
2answers
197 views

Map logical coordinates to graphical for walking

I'm having a problem with mapping logical coordinates to graphical ones when my character is walking. I've been able to map them without the graphical walking in between, i.e it just "jumps" from one ...
1
vote
2answers
459 views

best structure to handle entities in an entity component based game engine

I am trying to develop a 2D entity component based game with multiple layers as tilemaps (front or back from the scene). I currently handle the tilemap layers in a 3 dimension array[z][y][x]. Each ...
5
votes
2answers
665 views

3D models on 2D tilemap perspective when scrolling

I am creating a small top-down game, where the player traverses a 2D tilemap, with an illusion of depth provided by 3D models for things like buildings or trees. Having gotten to the point where I ...
0
votes
1answer
774 views

Creating a BufferedImage with several smaller images?

I am making a 2D tile based game. The tiles render fine from a spritesheet and a text file. However, I am using a for loop to draw the map to the screen. When it refreshes, it slows down the loop, and ...
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votes
2answers
630 views

How can I draw a map that is stored in arrays [closed]

I have spent over 12 hours with no avail trying to successfully draw my map. The map is stored in an array called Tiles[]. Each value in Tiles can either be 4 numbers: Grass Stone Water Void (EMPTY ...
2
votes
2answers
591 views

Collision checking problem on a Tiled map

I'm working on a pacman styled dungeon crawler, using the free oryx sprites. I've created the map using Tiled, separating the floor, walls and treasure in three different layers. After importing the ...
5
votes
1answer
1k views

Circle-Rectangle collision in a tile map game

I am making a 2D tile map based putt-putt game. I have collision detection working between the ball and the walls of the map, although when the ball collides at the meeting point between 2 tiles I ...
2
votes
2answers
638 views

Checking if an object is inside bounds of an isometric chunk

How would I check if an object is inside the bounds of an isometric chunk? for example I have a player and I want to check if its inside the bounds of this isometric chunk. I draw the isometric ...
0
votes
2answers
2k views

Efficient way to render tile-based map in Java

Some time ago I posted here because I was having some memory issues with a game I'm working on. That has been pretty much solved thanks to some suggestions here, so I decided to come back with another ...
0
votes
3answers
364 views

Saving and loading large tilemaps

As the title state, I have a large tilemap 400 x 400 x 26. Which currently just about fairs when using it. Saving takes a couple of seconds and it saves to a .ser file which is okay at the moment ...
2
votes
3answers
579 views

Compressing 2D level data

So, I'm developing a 2D, tile based game and a map maker thingy - all in Java. The problem is that recently I've been having some memory issues when about 4 maps are loaded. Each one of these maps ...
0
votes
1answer
162 views

Java: Standing Animation

I've been working on a top-down, and the player already has animations for moving left and right. However, if I move a certain distance and stop, it will stop on the walking animation, which isn't ...
1
vote
4answers
610 views

Implmenting RLE into a tilemap or how to create a large 3D array?

Currently I've been using a 3D array for my tiles in a 2D world but the 3D side comes in when moving down into caves and whatnot. Now this is not memory efficient and I switched over to a 2D array and ...
1
vote
3answers
434 views

For the handling of buildings on a tile-based strategy game, what aproach should I use?

On a tile-based game of the strategy genre, which allows the player to place buildings over the terrain tiles, there are multiple approaches that can be taken for handling such situation. The ones ...
2
votes
1answer
991 views

Rending 2D Tile World (With Player In The Middle)

What I have at the moment is a series of data structures I'm using, and I would like to render the world onto the screen (just the visible parts). I've actually already done this several times (lots ...
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votes
1answer
748 views

How to properly scroll a 2D tilemap?

Hello and I'm trying to make my own game engine in Java. I have completed all the necessary ones but I can't figure it out with the TileGame class. It just can't scroll. Also there are no exceptions. ...
2
votes
1answer
711 views

Slick2D Tile Based 'Fog of War' Blurring Problem

I'm working on my first Java Game and I have run into a little problem I'm hoping to get some help with. I'm using Slick2D displaying a tile based map, and I'd like to know how I can created a ...
1
vote
2answers
856 views

Isometric game data structure and rendering

I'm starting development of a 2d isometric(tiled, roguelike) game and i'm brainstorming wich kind of data structure i would use to store runtime data like tiles and entities, but i don't want to use ...