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Breaking out of the isometric grid

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Hi guys,

Check out our new blog article on breaking out of the regular grid for isometric 2d games:

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Very nice article(s), Paul! I like your approach!

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Cool, cool, very cool. New stuff is exactly what the industry needs. You can paint an orange blue, but it's still an orange. Well, you are taking away the orange and giving back an orchard.

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Very nice WildBunny,

Love your articles, I've read others in the past as well, very well written and insightful.

Cheers

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Nice article. I did something similar for my game Armageddon Wars, except only the tiles were arbitarily placed, the collision detection remained grid-like: http://astronautz.com/wordpress/?p=8

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