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Author:
    Chaos In A Can
Rating:
    8.9 (7 votes)
Type:
    Example
Language:
    GM 6
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Submitted:
    November 01, 2006
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Square to Isometric Conversion Scripts
These are a couple of scripts I made that together will convert a set of coordinates on a square grid to a position on the screen where something should be drawn to give an isometric effect.

With these scripts, you can do collision checks in a square grid, which is much easier than on an isometric one usually, then draw it as if it were an isometric game all along.


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Wow, nice. I'll have to use this.
Posted by Amarin November 01, 2006 20:55 - 10.8 years ago
| [#1]

thats pretty cool =P
Posted by Patrick7286 November 01, 2006 21:03 - 10.8 years ago
| [#2]

That is how Squaresoft did FFT. 9/10
Posted by DFortun81 November 01, 2006 22:33 - 10.8 years ago
| [#3]

cool
Posted by Graydon November 02, 2006 15:24 - 10.8 years ago
| [#4]

this is damn good, 10/10
Posted by DevonX November 02, 2006 17:25 - 10.8 years ago
| [#5]

Glad you liked it. I was thinking about making an isometric game, but didn't want to write physics in isometric, so I made this.

Sometime I may add functions to get just one of the coordinates, but anyone with enough sense to look inside the scripts can easily make their own.
Posted by Chaos In A Can November 03, 2006 16:19 - 10.8 years ago
| [#6]

well, i don't really get what you could use this for, but cool anyway!
Posted by blueboo November 04, 2006 15:22 - 10.8 years ago
| [#7]

Damn cool, thumbs up from me.
Posted by Radnom_Games November 20, 2006 18:46 - 10.8 years ago
| [#8]

Interesting...
No use to me but i still find it facinating! 10/10
Posted by Sleepysock August 12, 2007 12:07 - 10 years ago
| [#9]

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