How do I realize "front view" level?

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  • Is it possible to make on C2 such thing like the city in this game https:// chiptune.itch.io/zepton ?

  • Yes, possible, but the math involved could be quite difficult.

  • Yes, possible, but the math involved could be quite difficult.

    Thanks for reply, but maybe you can put in more details?

  • Basically I would simulate a Z depth for every object with an instance variable that starts at 0 (farthest away) and gradually increases. This Z would be used as a multiplier for size so it looks like objects get bigger as they get closer to you, as well as a modifier for position. It would also be used to set conditions for collisions, such as if the player and object are around the same depth.

    Sorry I don't have an example or actual numbers, the math is beyond me to put together quickly.

  • Basically I would simulate a Z depth for every object with an instance variable that starts at 0 (farthest away) and gradually increases. This Z would be used as a multiplier for size so it looks like objects get bigger as they get closer to you, as well as a modifier for position. It would also be used to set conditions for collisions, such as if the player and object are around the same depth.

    Sorry I don't have an example or actual numbers, the math is beyond me to put together quickly.

    Thanks, yes I have similar thoughts about it.

    Anyway it would be great if someone can share any sketches devoted to this theme.

  • And ok, we can generate objects using Z-depth and size increasing, but what we can do with a textured floor moving in front of us?

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  • Textured floor I would imagine using a mode 7 plugin would be easiest. I think I saw one floating around but I'm not sure. Otherwise, you could just build it out of overlapping pieces, I think that is how it is done in your example.

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