How to create a 2D game for iOS with Swift and SpriteKit . We’ll take the classic Pong and do our own iteration as code exercise.
/r/roguelikedev has been going strong for 5 years in a row doing the Complete Roguelike Tutorial. After C#, and Java, this year is time to use Python.
The new M1 chip MacBooks come with a nasty surprise for those of us who like to tinker with code: You can’t install Pandas and Numpy out of the box.
Let’s create a Field of View, so the dungeon unwraps as we walk through it, keeping the player in the dark for undiscovered zones.
Adding interactivity by creating tile collisions: Making our player interact with the game environment.