> > It looks like you got it working. So far so good.
> > What elements of the isometric game logic gave you the most trouble?
> its the z-order thats troubling me, mostly the details like trees, they rely on the z-order of the ground tile they are on but thats not always wright with towers and people.
> For example the tree and tower in the left corner arent wright, i had to move the tower to the same layer as the ground (normally people and towers are one layer above).
> This problem could be solved if i had the details seperated from the ground i think.
I had some trouble with that too, but got it working quite good.
Example and capx in this old thread.
Thank you! will have a look at that thread, turned out ive got some more z-order problems you can see here:
edit: ok, now i took a look at your solution. It works really good, but i fear it might come to problems when there are more then one sprite around a building, because of the objects changing layers? or am i wrong? sorry if i misunderstood what you did there, its late now and my brain is quite twisted from the hours of testing z order stuff ^^
will look at it again tomorrow and see if i can also use this solution. i really didnt see any glitches and also the performance seems to be good (i just made something with function calling that went up to full cpu usage^^)