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My Isometric Level Editor (HTML5 canvas)

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Hi!

I just uploaded a video of my isometric level design tool for anyone who wants to take a look.



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very cool, love making these x)

no slopes/blended terrain yet? theyre always the 2 trickiest parts i run into


have you made one of these in non-html5 before? is it much harder in html5? (don't know much about it)

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very cool, love making these x)

no slopes/blended terrain yet? theyre always the 2 trickiest parts i run into


have you made one of these in non-html5 before? is it much harder in html5? (don't know much about it)


Thanks!

No, nothing fancy like that yet. It should work fine if I had the art though. I have a script file that artists can use to determine what chunks of a tile sheet they want to cut out and use. its pretty robust.

This is actually my first time using web languages to do anything game development related. It can get frustrating jumping through hoops to get javascript, html, and php working together. Most of my other game programming was for 3d. So I never really spent time with good ole fashioned isometrics. It is fun!

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