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Program Announcements / Fluffly Isometric Engine

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kamac
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Posted: 11th Mar 2011 16:53 Edited at: 19th Mar 2011 11:04


Since you guys showed some curiosity about the engine, i decided to continue working on it. I will try to update here about what have to be done and what is done. Tell me if you got any ideas .


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The Fluffly Engine is mainly based on habbo hotel. Still, i don't think it will be used for RTSes, until it'll be strong enaught to hold one. So basically it's all about pixel art, which is dedicated to isometric work. Still - many people may find the engine useful for their games, or atleast use it's placing system if they find it good.


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- idea far from do
- idea to do
- idea implemented


Tiles placement ||
Selecting Tiles ||
Deleting objects ||
Making a character ||
Moving the characrer ||
Changing what to place ||
Maps changing ||
Character customization ||
Scrolling ||
Multiplayer implementation ||



More ideas to come


-@ First Screens @-



The blue tile is the selected one, so there's a mouse over it.



This shows after i placed some walls.

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Posted: 12th Mar 2011 16:32 Edited at: 13th Oct 2011 21:33
Nice Effort, but seems more of a work in progress. Probably post on WIP board instead.

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Lost Dragon
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Posted: 17th Mar 2011 00:21
That's pretty neat.

I'd like to see a moving character and how you handle collision, map scrolling, drawing the character behind walls, map loading, object handling, etc.

I assumed those things were in progress since it was referred to as an engine.
kamac
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Posted: 17th Mar 2011 16:11
Yep, i said it's engine, but i gotta check if anyone's really interested in that, and since i see no one really repies ... x

seppgirty
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Posted: 17th Mar 2011 22:57
i would be interested in this. i can use all the tutorials i can get

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Lost Dragon
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Posted: 17th Mar 2011 23:15
I'm interested too. Source and examples for complete tile engine projects are actually scarce. Most authors stop after they get done with the easy part.

I've actually already got a tile scrolling engine going (collision, layers, smooth scrolling, line of sight, etc.) but I'm stuck on how to handle objects.
Frank C
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Posted: 18th Mar 2011 13:39
I wouldn't mind seeing this either, I have tons of isometric tiles but have a hard time working with them, been using flat tiles for my project. Here is a link to some tile resources:

http://spriters-resource.com/

lots more via http://forum.thegamecreators.com/?m=forum_view&t=85024&b=4
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Posted: 18th Mar 2011 13:58 Edited at: 18th Mar 2011 14:09
Quote: "Most authors stop after they get done with the easy part. "


Eh, placing these tiles really wasn't easy part . I do think it was the hardest... There's nothing hard left really. If you'd like scrolling, i would on your places expand the tiles, so they could take the whole screen (maybe make some more of them) & use my technique from Map Maker 2d, so display sprites and scroll only them. W/E, if you want, i can continue I will have much of free time for an week .

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Quote: "Here is a link to some tile resources:"


Nice resources

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