Example Game built using: https://hackaday.io/project/168653-csv-tilemap-game Control Blinka with the D-Pad and collect all of the chips. Once you have you can get the robot, then the only thing left to do is get to the heart to breakout! You'll have to dodge fire and water along the way as well as navigate slippery ice floors and bustling conveyor belts.Try creating your own levels by editing the map csv file
My Pew Pew M4 arrived this week. Naturally I am working on getting my previously developed games working on it. Blinka's Breakout is next up! Unfortunately my button handling code is not very portable beyond the pybadge/pygamer devices. I've reworked it a bit to use ugame and it's now working on the Pew Pew.
Some of the colors are off a little bit (blue fire, yellow ice, red water!) but everything seems to be functioning correctly
I've updated the repo and the files section with another new map, map3.csv. There is also a small tweak to the main code py to guard against the player moving off the edge of the map if there isn't a wall there.
In building the new map I did run up against a MemoryError when trying to load the map. map3.csv is about as big as maps can be right now give or take a few rows or columns before it gets to be too much and throws the error during loading the map.
I think we can make the map loading and storage a bit more memory friendly by assigning number IDs to each tile type and then using a dictionary to look them up. I'll probably explore this avenue and if it's fruitful add it as an update to the main CSV Tilemap Game project.
I've updated the repository. There is a new map (map2.csv) as well as some better positioning control of the camera. I'll be working on some more maps, but if anyone else out there wants to try their hand at creating some and would be so kind to share them I'd be grateful, drop a comment here or make a pull request.