To add a map, simply
map[last map number+1]. For example, if the last map was named
map2, name your map
Each number represents a block in the world.
To see which available blocks you can paint the map with, go to map.py.
draw function, there should be a list of all the numbers and sprites to paint the map with.
See adding sprites to add your own tile to paint the map with.
spriteName = pygame.image.load('img/fileName.png');
if tile == '1': display.blit(sprites.dirt, (x * TILE_SIZE, y * TILE_SIZE)) elif tile == '2': display.blit(sprites.grass, (x * TILE_SIZE, y * TILE_SIZE))
elif tile == 'lastNumber+1': display.blit(sprites.spriteName, (x * TILE_SIZE, y * TILE_SIZE))
Now you can add the tile in a map using the tile number you assigned it to!
player = Player(pygame.Rect(50, 50, sprites.player.get_width(), sprites.player.get_height())) enemy = Enemy(pygame.Rect(50, 50, sprites.enemy.get_width(), sprites.enemy.get_height())
enemyName = Enemy(pygame.Rect(50, 50, sprites.enemyName.get_width(), sprites.enemyName.get_height())
display.blit(sprites.enemyName, (enemyName.rect.x, enemyName.rect.y))
enemyName.moveRoutine(pygame, map, player)
Run the code; the enemy should be in there!
rect, the hitbox of the player/enemy
air_timer, the amount of time the player/enemy is in the air
movement, stores vertical and horizontal movement of the player/enemy. It's an array with two values -
[x, y]. The first value,
x, represents horizontal movement, and the second value,
y, represents vertical movement.
direction, horizontal direction of player/enemy. -1 = moving left, 0 = not moving horizontally, 1 = moving right.
y_momentum, vertical speed of the enemy/player.
collides: returns true if the player is colliding the
rectpassed in as a parameter.
move: moves the player based off of the player's direction, collisions, and y_momentum. Called in main.py.
getMovementInput: gets WASD input from the keyboard.
moveRoutine: moves enemy in a routine.
moveLeft: moves enemy right, left, or stops movement.
move: moves the player based off of the enemy's direction, collisions, and y_momentum. Called in main.py.