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hi,
can someone pls help mi by givin mi a tutorial or some kind for a 2d smooth scrolling isometric tile
engine
?

the things i dun understand the most is how to find out which tile to start drawing during scrollin

etc.
and also can you pls includes all those coordinates (map x y screen x y etc etc that i need to keep

track of ?)
and also..how do i find out if a particular tile i m going to draw is out of bound ?
thanx alot.
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Thanks, Alex
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prinx, you must include the link when posting additional points. If Kangaroo has posted it for you, terrific. Please remember to include the link next time. THANKS!!

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