Isometric Demo (updated!)

I haven’t posted here in a while, so I decided to post a demo.

I posted this demo in this thread a couple hours ago, but I wanted everyone to see it.

Older version removed.

Keys: Left, right, up, and down to pan, and pad +/- to zoom in and out.

Those little grey floating things are boats.

I would like other people to add more to and/or modify this demo.


Quite nice, I tested it on my work at a G4 mac, but holy crap 150 fp/s a way to fast :stuck_out_tongue: Anyways it’s a nice source for isometric view. :smiley:

Lol, your gfx card is way better than mine!

All you have to do is turn down the dLoc for the camera movements.

I’ll fix this by making the camera float by using forces.

I also plan to:

1.Make huts

2.Do more to the boats

3.Add palm trees

4.Add bigger islands

5.Make the water better, and I’ll think of more as I go along!

i get 28 fps

Delete some boats to speed up fps.

Why are those grey things(boats) spinning around in circles when they finish their animation or whatever… there wasn’t much to see(critisism) but all seemed nice… :slight_smile:

The boats are dynamic.

There’s a better way… Check out this post at and this article at :).

cool i have had very limited success with making an isometric game, so this will be a handy reference.

Thanks Modron.

I have updated the demo a little, but not enough so I’ll work on it some more.

Btw I was just looking around and found this amazing physics engine demo and thought you would be interested.



Changed boats, added huts, added trees, etc…

EDIT: Link was down, so I fixed it. :smiley:

Has anyone downloaded the new version yet?

screenshot plz

Cool. Thanks for the example, R2Blend.



Sorry for small size, photobucket resizes them and imageshack was messed up.

think of making a game with this? :smiley:


Hmm, I don’t know if I’m that good (I don’t know much Python). Maybe somebody else could show what can be done with it, and then I will develop it further.

Ahh, s**t! Link is dead! Well, was lousy anyway… :<

I will change the links as soon as possible, so just hold on!