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    Thumbs up [AS2] Tonypa's tut18 help!

    Hello, Im making my own MMO, and I use tut18 from tonypa's site (Isometric mouse).
    I want to know how I can add Ladders or ramps to the tut18 example like this: http://www.tangerinepop.com/experiments/AS2/YCollision/

    Thanks!

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    anyone?

    anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hidromc View Post
    Hello, Im making my own MMO
    Usually when people see that they're less inclined to continue reading. Nevertheless I will attempt to help.

    Adding ladders to an isometric world should be very similar to ladders in a 2d platformer. I can't get too specific because I don't know your implementation, but generally you'd define an area in which pressing up/down would move the player in the z (up) plane instead of the x/y (ground) plane. In your case you can check on every frame if the player is touching/in collision with a particular side of a wall, in which case he/she in touching the ladder.
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    Im basing on Tonypa's 18 tutorial (ISO MOUSE)

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    Honestly I'm not too familiar with that tutorial, but if you have any specific questions I can try to help out
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    I want to know how to make in the same map, different heights of tiles. For example the ladders or ramps.

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