Suggestion – Screen Effects (?)

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    James Nick

    I have no idea how I could explain this but it’s extremely frustrating having to use the shadow blocks on a 50×50 map just to make it look night time. I would love to propose this idea in which you have the ability to overlay some sort of effect (basically a picture), on top of the game depending on the map. You could give us like 5 or 6 effects to start up, it makes the game look more natural and glowy in my opinion.

    I originally wanted to make a fairy forest but I couldn’t find little glow bulbs on the tilesets aswell which was okay, it just becomes very frustrating when it comes to the night scenes where I literally have to fill the map with shadow blocks not knowing if the other tiles will be affected, LOL

    Here’s some that I had in mind – Night time, Bright Morning, Fantasy Forest, Underworld, Horror-ish vignette(?) – could explain or show examples if needed.

    I don’t know how long a feature like this might take but I’d really love to see this feature!

    I really hope you’d consider this idea, it will open a wider variety for us to create and make the game look more natural and appealing.



    This has indeed been in the back of my head for some time now. Day, night, sunny, rain, snow, lightning flashes, … .

    Technically I want to do this using shaders (if you are familiar with this). So I definitely made sure my new tech can support this. This could result into such a thing:

    Tooth and tail

    So it is possible, and maybe getting a “night” level wouldn’t be that much work. I have to look into it.


    James Nick

    That looks amazing! It’s been kind of hard considering we’re trapped with only making day scenes, so thank you for considering.



    Amazing! Would like to see that implemented! *thumbs up*

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