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Hello everyone, I’m new to game dev and godot and I have a first question ! Real quick, I’m searching for the simplest way to have cliffs of different height in a 2D game with godot. (I’m using godot 4 for the new tile map features).
To illustrate what I would love :
As in the title : several heights of cliffs (check) (A)
My player can go behind with a Y sort (check) (B)
If he climbs on a cliff he must be “on top of it” (fail) and not stuck in the texture like in (C)
What I would like is the picture (D) which I can obtain by manually changing my player z index above the z index of the cliff1 below, and equal to the z index of the cliff 2.
The solution I was thinking of (but seems kinda complicated) is to index the z value of the player based on the current z index of the tilemap he’s standing on +1
- z index player = z index of current tilemap + 1
Is this a good idea ? Do you have an idea for such a code ? Is there a way simpler solution ?
Optional but I would love that too, is there a way to place 32 by 32 tiles on a smaller grid, so I can stack my tiles in the way shown in the optional pannel?
Thank you for you’re time !
can give you an idea for different height.
ramazan | 2022-07-27 07:51