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Hello !

I'm currently working on an RPG (to be more accurate, I test some things), and I have the following problem:

  • I need to do an RPG Map with some elements
  • Some elements need to have collisions
  • I want my character to be displayed behind or in front of the elements, depending of the "depth perspective".

... and I don't know how to do this.

I've tried to use a Tilemap/Tileset to craft the map. It appends that all elements are displayed well INSIDE the Tilemap, as can be seen :

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But when I use my Character, he's always displayed BEFORE the sprite of the map, as can be seen below :

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(here it's good, cause Char is in front of, in perspective)

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(here it's bad, cause Char is displayed in front of, but is BEHIND in perspective)

I've tried to play with the z-relative coordinate of my char or my map, but I don't find a solution. It seems I can't play with the z-relative cell by cell either. Can I have any help on this ?

PS: My char is a separated KinematicBody2D, with a sprite and a CollisionShape2D.
My Tilemap is made of Sprite with StaticBody2D and CollisionShape2D as children.
I add my map and my char in a Node2D scene, their respective z coordinates are relative to parent.

in Engine by (42 points)

The Demos and examples found here

Contains a demo ( /Godot-Demos-2.1.3-stable/2d/isometric_light/ ) that shows this, I think studying that would be quite helpful to you

Thank you for this link !

I've understood what didn't worked in my project with that =p

Could you please post how you solved the problem? I am stuck at the same point and do not understand the demo code. Thanks!

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