How do I make an autorunner with levels like Punch Quest?

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  • Hey all, I' m trying to create an autorunner similar to Punch Quest, Robot unicorn Attack and Jetpack Joyride. I specifically want to make an autorunner that includes slopes, ramps, inclines, drops, platforms, obstacles, etc like Punch Quest. Here's a video of Punch Quest.

    I began this game using most of the code from the autorunner game example. I was using a transparent square sprite stretched out as the grass floor and that was working. Now I'm working on a tile map and I'm not sure how to create a level that spawns, tiles and connects all these different pieces of tiled art correctly. It'd be easy to paint everything if this was a platformer with a start and end point like Super Mario but presumably autorunners randomly generate their levels right? How can I make a game like Punch Quest? Here's a look at my artwork.

    What I'm simple trying to do right now is make the game spawn the flat grass floor platform. I've turned the grass floor artwork into a tiled background and I'm trying to figure out the code to spawn it endlessly like the background. Then I want to add drops, ramps, upper platforms, etc. I'm still trying to figure out the code but I figured I'd ask for help. The second part (adding drops, ramps, etc) is what I can't wrap my head around.

    One problem with using the tiled background instead of a sprite is I can't set a collision model. The player is actually suppose to run along the middle of the grass path, not on the very top of the grass. Can anyone suggest what I can do to fix this?

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  • Try taking a look at this tutorial: ... me-with-it

    Also gave me a nice boost working with tilemaps in C2

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