Tile map is a technique of re-using small graphic pieces, tiles, over and over again to shape the game field.

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Hex axial coordinates to table coordinates conversion

I am developing internet game based on hex map. I am storing my data based on axial coordinates system. I developed function which shows me axial coordinates of hexes within $distance from a given ...
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Embed a real city in a game and use data to find and display paths [closed]

First of all this question is gigantic but it's mainly about Unity, maps, pathfinding, and real data. The problem. In my game the player sees the map of a real city (in 2D), it’s exactly the same ...
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Pixel thin lines appearing between sprites on camera move

I'm going to apologize in advance for the lack of screenshots, but this was a very hard thing to capture, but very obvious to see. I'm using LibGDX to create a tile base rogue-like. Everything is ...
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How should I use Monte Carlo method to simulate some police cars that keep patroling in a tile based map?

I have a tile map (isometric) and I have some police cars that they patrol all the time on the map, there is some building and other cars in map too so they are considered as constraints in my ...
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TileMap or Voxel collision detection

I have a conceptual question: In the case of Tile Map, each block has the information from the enemies who are going about it. But what if some of these enemies are far greater than the block? I have ...
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LibGDX: Issue with unitScale for Tiled and Box2D

I've got the following: I use a TiledMap (loaded from a .tmx), each tile 32x32 pixels in size and generate the Box2D bodies for collision from the TiledMap's ObjectLayer. That all works fine, no ...
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Reading map.txt from assets android

I'm a beginner android developer currently working on my second app which is a platformer game. I'm trying to read the level map (which I've stored in the assets folder) but I keep getting a ...
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Wang tiles generating

I'm trying to get rid of repetition on terrain, when viewed from up high. To achieve that, I've chosen Wang tiles. One thing I'm missing, and can't really find is any kind of generator that can take a ...
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Smooth Wall Collision Detection

I've been working on a small game, and I've been stuck on the collision part. During the collision, when my player hits a block, he stops just as it should, but it then doesn't allow me to another ...
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convert mouse coords to zig-zag isometric

I was wondering, how do I convert mouse coordinates to zig-zag isometric coordinates? I already know how to convert to isometric using the Diamond approach, so I just need to know about the zig-zag ...
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Climate / weather generation on 3d hex map

I am working on 3d hex map game. I am aiming to dynamical generate map (as new players joins). To make the map realistic I am looking for some climate/weather models which possibly I could use so that ...
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Löve2D: Making a random map/city generator [closed]

So I'm making a game using love2d where the player will find himself in an zombie infested city but I don't want the city/map to be just the same all the time, so I want to create a random map/city ...
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Best way to handle cornering in a 2D maze game?

I want to implement smooth cornering in a grid, much like Pacman moving in his maze. A big difference with Pacman, my characters can stop- thus the player has to keep pressing the controls to keep ...
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Libgdx texture bleeding in tile map

So I am making a game in Libgdx using an isometric tiled map but when I set the texture filtering of the tiles to linear, black lines show up between all the tiles. This is caused because each tile ...
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How do I create tile based world generation

I was planning on making a tile based 2D game that has a random world generation. The game world itself is made out of several floating islands and the later half of the game world is generated as a ...
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How do I calculate the position of a vehicle moving between tiles, over time?

I'm working on a small multiplayer game where players can create cities, and these cities will be placed on what's called the "world map." The world map is basically a giant coordinate plane made up ...
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Using EaselJS, my spritesheet-based map is not showing up

I have a random map that generates based on a level and a set of Tile ID's, constructed using a Height Map generator I wrote using the BitmapData extension. I've confirmed that the Tile IDs are ...
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XNA 2D Tile Baseed Map Collision Messing Up On Inside Corners

I'm creating a 2D Over the head game and the collision system works fine for straight walls and outside corners although not for inside corners. The walls are done by each solid tile having a ...
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Tilemap layer scaling and Camera issue in Phaser

I'm working with the Phaser framework and I'm struggling with a camera/rendering issue when scaling a tilemap layer to simulate a zoom feature in my project. The camera size is set to ...
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Pathfinding with differently-sized objects on tile map [duplicate]

It's my first RTS game and I'm having trouble finding out how to make infantry take less space than tanks. Right now I have 1 tank and 1 infantry type ready with sprites, pathfinding, selection and ...
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Manually creating cycles in planar, procedural trees?

I am creating a procedural map using delaunay triangulation and an MST. I'd like to have a bit more control over my final graph. Like when i was looking looking at the MST I wondered how I can connect ...
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Tiled tilemapper - isometric

I'm attempting to move from oblique mapping (45 degree angles) to isometric (30 degree angles) in Tiled. I made a test tile in Photoshop: Made an isometric map: But my tile appears completely ...
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Mixing perspectives in an oblique-perspective game

I've been creating an adventure game using 45 degree angled tiles to create a 3D illusion- aka oblique style. Using 45-degree angles... I can create pretty much any size or shape building I want: ...
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Tile map collision C++, SFML

My problem with the collision here is more to do with how to decide which tile the player is in. Each quad of the map is 16 pixels squared (Vertex array), and the player moves in 1 pixel jumps. ...
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Tiled - move all tiles

I'm making a map in Tiled. I quickly ran out of room in the north of my map and would like to "shift" the tiles down. I'd prefer not to have to redo each of the tile layers. Is this possible? This ...
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generate box2d bodies from isometric tiled map

I followed the tutorial here to generate box2d bodies from a tiled map and that worked fine.... for orthogonal tiled maps. Unfortunately isometric maps use their own coordinate system where (0, 0) is ...
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Adventure Games - When and how to start mapping?

I've created a playable oblique-styled adventure game in HTML5, using Tiled for tilemapping. I have a storyline set up, and am ready to make my final draft map. The game world will be loosely based ...
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Best practice for scrollable viewport rendering

I am working on a tile based game that renders the playing surface in a viewport. I am struggling with getting my head around the mechanics and best practices of rendering a viewport, specifically a ...
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How do I convert screen coordinates to isometric tile map coordinates in libGDX using matrices

I know this has been asked many times but my question doesn't quite fit the others. I have an IsometricTiledMap and I need to get the tile under a set of screen X and Y coordinates. Here is a picture ...
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How to only render whats on screen (Tilemap, Java2D)

I have some problems with my rendering of a 2Dimensional Map. for (int col = 0; col <= view.getWidth () / Tile.TILE_SIZE; col ++) { for (int row = 0; row <= view.getHeight () / ...
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Optimization for lots of UV coordinates update for tilemap animation

In my game, I procedurally generate tile map mesh and modify it when travelling around the "world". Each tile is a quad. So they each, have their own UV points. (Obviously) I am using Unity for this, ...
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XNA/C# Convert polygons into tilemap

I'm currently working on my 2D survival game, where the world is infinite and generated by perlin noise. I wanted to also include biomes and this article interested me - ...
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Unity procedural TileMap generation without creating gameobject per tile

I've been searching all over the internet to find a efficient way to create procedural tilemap without creating a gameobject per each tile. There is none, or simply i couldn't find it, because i ...
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Getting stuck going left with tile based collision detection [closed]

Thanks to Alexandre Desbiens I have awesome collision detection. I can just slide right along walls. However if I try to go left into a wall I get stuck. But the good news is I can just back out and ...
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Tile map creation, problem with position of tiles

I am trying to create a basic tile map script to learn Unity and I am unable to understand why my tiles are spaced far apart and I can't seem to control their spacing. Moreover, there seems to be a ...
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Map coordinates system

I am planning to implement in my game very big map. I won't be showing all map at once but rather only selected part of it. Additionally I would need to connect hexes into bigger pieces (provinces) ...
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Mesh tilemap and scrolling

I'm working on a top-down game where the player can move up, down, left, or right. I've come across tilemaps but since using Unity, I'm seeing the idea of using Meshes. I don't quite understand how ...
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Slow tile map rendering

I'm having an issue with my tilemap renderer, with small maps (like 40*40 tiles) it works fine but with maps that have 400*400 tiles the framerate becomes really slow when I try to move the camera. ...
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Algorithm to make an entity follow tile edges in a tilemap

I'm implementing something like the electric balls seen in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWyB56AlAWw (skip to 1:55 and you will see this electrical balls follow tile edges in the ...
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How to properly pass sprites to a std::vector without destroying the sprite's texture in SFML?

From the official SFML tutorials, The White Box Problem:- "When you set the texture of a sprite, all it does internally is store a pointer to the texture instance. Therefore, if the texture is ...
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finding a path from one point to another with obstacles help

Im building a tile based game and im implementing my path finding algorithm. Currently, it can find a path from point A to point B with no problems. However, if there are obstacles between point A and ...
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Error in Finding Nearest Hexagonal Tile

Using Openfl for a game using hexagonal tiles Working out the problem of walkability in a game, and I've run into an issue with my Hexagonal tiles. I think it is an odd rounding error of sorts. When ...
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Smooth player movement in a tile map based engine

The character is moving too much fast, it teleports! Note that a tile is 80x80. Each cell has 4 bools to say if you can go up, down, right, left. Am I doing something wrong with Lerp? This is the ...
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Multi-layered tilemap

I need to be able to efficiently render a tilemap which can be constructed this way: There is one non-transparent base layer Then there can be 3 partially-transparent layers on top of it. Each tile ...
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How to make TMXTiledMap responsive?

I've been struggling with Cocos2d-x (C++) and finally I got to the point I feel more or less comfortable with that. My game is a 2D car-based one, with a straight infinite map where I've finally been ...
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Sharing Tiled Maps [closed]

Where can share my existing Tiled maps, as well as download and use other people's existing maps?
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Implementing RPG Maker Auto Tiling

I'm currently working with Phaser, making a game that's procedurally generated. I wanted to use some RPG maker art in my game (for reference, I'm using the RTP). I stumbled across this article, which ...
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Java Libgdx: How do you add cells to a TiledMap?

I'm trying to make a Side-Scrolling game that will allow you to place/remove tiles. I'm using the TileMap Editor to render the custom Tilemap but is there any way to add tiles? I have it where I can ...
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Correctly bitmasking path tiles based on existing paths

Currently, I have a bitmasking implementation that sometimes incorrectly bitmasks the tiles. Conventionally, it is done correctly, and the math/etc is sound, but it achieves results such as the ...
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SFML drawing Tiles low fps

int main() { sf::RenderWindow window(sf::VideoMode(800, 800), "SFML works!"); sf::VertexArray Tquad(sf::Quads, 40*40*4); int size{ 20 }; int width{ 40 }; for (int x = 0; x < width; x++) { for ...