Questions tagged [open-world]

Open-world games are those which allow significant player freedom in navigating the game world.

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Destroy chunked block like Minecraft

I am trying to do a Minecraft-like game (like every one have already tried I guess) and i went across the problem i expected: lag with world Generation. I did lot of searching but i can I tried to ...
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How can I avoid the precision loss when recentering objects on open terrain?

For a better context this question is related to this one: What's the largest "relative" level I can make using float? When the player is moving too far away from the center, all the ...
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Open world loading/unloading with asset bundle in unity

I have a very large environment which I have to load/unload in unity Webgl as I can't load them at once. So, I have divide the environment into 1000 x 1000m (1km) (each chunk is consist of three layer ...
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My camera does not rotate around player in 3d open world

I want my camera to following behind the player at all times. When the player turns to the left, I would expect the camera would move behind the player while remaining focused on the player. My ...
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Why loss of floating point precision makes rendered objects vibrate?

I'm working on an open-world game. I noticed glitches when I move far away from the origin. The objects seem to be shaking or wiggle. Especially the z-fighting seems to wiggle. And the objects that ...
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How do I provide incentive to a player to choose a specific option in a choice driven narrative

I am making a game where the choices you make are very real and have consequences that change the way the game plays. The game is styled after Chrono Trigger or Final Fantasy, in the way it plays and ...
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Can RPG Maker MV be used to make an “open world” 2D game? [closed]

I understand that this software is really catering towards the JRPG style, but I'm interested in making a "16Bit" style open-world RPG. Does anyone know if that's plausibly achievable with RPG Maker ...
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Loading encounters and collisions questions within 2D

I had three basic questions regarding the creation of a 2D sandbox/openworld game much like Terreria. Only looking for a general overview/opinion, nothing too detailed. Any links to literature that ...
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Large Mesh at a far distance

So I am trying to do something like KSP, where I have a ground to orbit Level of Detail with the planets. And from theirBuilding a new Universe Video I know they are using scaled space, and local ...
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What is the most efficient method to load 2D dynamic chunks?

Information/context I'm writing a 2D sandbox game - similar to Terraria. The world is made up of many chunks, in a variable like this: vector<Chunk> chunks; ...
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How can I render geometry represented in a 64-bit floating point environment?

In this video about Star Citizen, right at the 12:30 mark on the timeline you can see the player zooming in on a space station who's location is clearly out of the limit of 32-bit floating point ...
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Long distance walking and fast travel

I'm developing a sort of ’social mmmo’ where people build an avatar and chat with people around them, carryout tasks together, and play team games. At the moment I have a product I want to release to ...
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Creating 2D worldbuilding games like Terraria or Starbound in frameworks like PhaserJS or PixiJS? [closed]

Frameworks like Phaser or Pixi support tilemaps, but I'm curious if that is already enough to get a map where the player can change everything that he wishes. I'm also not sure if browsers would be ...
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How do I convert positions between local coordinate systems?

Say I have worlds and levels. Each world contains multiple levels. Levels have their own coordinate system, centered around their pivot point (assume its centre, for example). These level coordinates ...
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Procedural terrain generation in cylindrical (2D) world

I'm fairly new to procedural terrain generation. I know that to generate terrain you would use different calculations with the x and y axis (also z if you have one). But what if you want to generated ...
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Is ogre3d a good game engine for open world game? [closed]

I want to know if ogre3d is a good game engine for an open world game where there is a lot going on at once like ai driving, guns shooting, loads of destruction and explosions happening all at once ...
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Good Resources for Random World Generation [closed]

Is there a good reference or tutorials available for adding world generation into a 2D game? I've gotten to the point where I have most of the resources available to add world generation but I don't ...
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How can I create borders in an open-world game that don't feel artificial?

When creating open-world maps, a big issue to take into consideration is how "borders" of sorts are implemented. Obviously, in an open-world game, there shouldn't be invisible-wall borders, as it ...
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Creating a seamless open world 2d game map

I'm creating an open world game similar to Pokemon. Should I load the full map, or divide it into chunks and load only the the nearby area? I don't want my user to get to a point where it will ...
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What existing engines can do open-world games? [closed]

I'm looking for a 3D engine that would allow me to do open-world games. Basically: - the game is looks like one big "map" of several km wide where you can walk from one point to another - there would ...
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Do open world games need less backstory? [closed]

I've played a few open-world games and really enjoyed them, though the ones I've really enjoyed have generally received complaints about how little story there is to them. The Saboteur is one example ...
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Articles about a plot in an open world [closed]

There are plenty of articles about open world game design and writing plots. But have you guys come across articles or blog entries about designing an engaging plot in an open world game? What i mean ...
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Literature about Open World Games, Freedom to Choose [closed]

I'm doing a diploma thesis about the development of games with freedom to choose or open world. Topics will be i.e. development issues in programming and the design itself, mechanics etc. For that I ...