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SoCoder -> Snippet Home -> AI and Movement

Pakz
Created : 20 February 2017
 
Language : Monkey

Path Following

From the book 'ai for game developers'



Here the html 5 page :
cromdesi.home.xs4all.nl/html5/pathfollowing/MonkeyGame.html

Another thing I started to understand from the book 'ai for game developers' Path following.
Here a entity is put on a road and he follows the road. This is done with 'weight' Where the forward direction has a greater weight and the other directions a lesser weight.

It does not seem to work well on every kind of road though.

The book explained more about how and what it can be used for. My main interest was the use in rpg type games.


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