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Unity Procedural Generation of terrain, roads, cities, houses etc (need tips!)

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I'm looking for some tips on how I should get started on making a generator code, which generates the following : 

 

  • Terrain
  • Trees, bushes and grass, as well as maybe phone lines along roads.
  • Cities
  • Roads inside cities, and roads leading from one city to another, as well as just roads that leads to forests.
  • Forests
  • Random props depending on what it's currently generating (city = trash bins, bus-stop-station-thingys, forest = cut down trees, etc..)

The game is in 2D.

 

I've been googling for a while but I'm still not sure where to get started.

So far I figured out that I need to do each of these tasks in their own "steps".

(Example : first generate terrain tiles, and then cities with roads, and then forests and so on...)

 

Here's a drawing of (kinda) how I would like the city to look like (bit of course with tiles etc when I actually make it) : 

 

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I ran into the "Voronio DIagram" which might work for city and the roads inside the city, but I have no idea how I would go about programming it.

 

I'm using Unity when making this project, and I prefer C# over JavaScript.

 

So, any tips to reaching this goal would be appreciated.

 

(Also, might be worth noting that I'm entirely new to procedural generation, so I might seem like a really, really stupid person when I ask questions that might be obvious to you guys :P )

 

This might be a really difficult thing to do as well, I have no idea. But I do think I'll learn quite a few things from at least trying. :D

   

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This generally falls into the category of procedural generation. Procedural terrain generation is a well-studied topic and there should be plenty of resources available on the web.

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This generally falls into the category of procedural generation. Procedural terrain generation is a well-studied topic and there should be plenty of resources available on the web.

 

Oh, I see. That will probably help me get some better results when googling. :>

 

Edit : for some reason I cannot edit my post when using my macbook which is the only thing I have access to atm, will try to edit and change to procedural instead of random asap though.

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