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I want to create terrain “with fake elevation” for a 2d (isometric) game, which should look similar to the below. I have googled for an entire weekend, and tried several approaches, such as:
- GitHub - PetePete1984/SuperTilemap: Sloped isometric tilemap implementation for Godot 3.1
- or working with a hex tilemap that has different brightness tiles.
In the map editor for the below game the effect is achieved by pulling up (or down) the tile corner points of the terrain grid, which then stretched the textures in the front, while compressing the texture in the back. that in combination with brightness / shade creates the effect.
In Godot tilemaps I cannot find such means to distort the grid in such way, the tiles are always the tiles, there is no stretching…
can someone advise how such terrain can be achieved? Help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
You’ll probably need to implement your own
TileMap object. You can choose to inherit from the
TileMap so you get functionality for free or create an entirely new class. Instead of just storing tiles as
ints that point to a texture you can store your own custom
Tile object where you can implement the stretching/compression and shading effects.
timothybrentwood | 2021-05-10 17:04
I have similar problem. I’m looking for a solution how “old time” gamemakers created fake 3D terrain in 2D isometric games like:
Sim City 4
The Sims 1
Knights and Merchants
Do you know any good source of knowledge, wher can I find more information about this subject?
BeF1990 | 2022-02-05 18:51