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accepted I would need an idea on how to animate a player in a board game that is top-down and 2D?
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comment I would need an idea on how to animate a player in a board game that is top-down and 2D?
very interesting ideas, I will keep this answer for future reference. it's creative and rich in options :D thanks a lot!
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comment I would need an idea on how to animate a player in a board game that is top-down and 2D?
very funny! nice ideas! thanks (:
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comment What can go wrong with this technique/game architecture?
thanks (: I will consider this next time
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comment What can go wrong with this technique/game architecture?
thanks for your answer (: was exactly what I was looking for. I didn't even considered "play these two sequences of animations, and wait for both to finish."
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comment What can go wrong with this technique/game architecture?
can you say to me a place where I might ask this? thanks
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comment What can go wrong with this technique/game architecture?
I know about it, the question is about the queue in the view
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asked What can go wrong with this technique/game architecture?
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comment I would need an idea on how to animate a player in a board game that is top-down and 2D?
I'm asking for "ideas" on how to visualize the animation
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comment I would need an idea on how to animate a player in a board game that is top-down and 2D?
@Sidar: I'm not asking about how to do the implementation, but for a concept of how to move the players.
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comment I would need an idea on how to animate a player in a board game that is top-down and 2D?
@Peteyslatts: My map has various islands, therefore they are not in a grid, they are distributed around wherever it can be. The player move from island A to B. And no, I'm not keeping track of your units based on tiles, but based on which island it is.
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comment I'm making a board game: who should manage the player move if the board has specific locations for the players?
I use callbacks for each methods so they when one is done, goes the next and so on, because of the animations ;) thanks for the help