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  1. Hi! So I'm working on a 2D space shooter type of game and am trying to get a parallax background thing going. But I'm having trouble getting the math right. You can see my work in progress here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pea9yVbTD64 As stated in the video everything works if the players x and y are positive, but breaks when they are negative, and I can't figure out what I am doing wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Or perhaps there is a better way to accomplish this? What I'm doing is randomly generating out a bunch of the Sprites, and then updating their position with this code. _Nebulas: is Array<NebulaParticle> which is listed below as well. p.distance: is a number between 1 and 5 to signify how far away the sprite is and is used to make them move slower when they are furher away. _Width and _Height are both arbitrary numbers to signify how big the area is that the parallax should cover, in the video they are both set to 80. OriginalOffsetX/Y is the original random position the Sprite was given. public update(delta: number, playerx: number, playery: number) { console.log(playerx + ", " + playery ); for (let i = 0; i < this._Nebulas.length; i++) { let p = this._Nebulas[i]; p._Sprite.x = (playerx + (this._Width / 2)) - (((playerx / p.distance) + p.OriginalOffsetX) % this._Width); p._Sprite.y = (playery + (this._Width / 2)) - (((playery / p.distance) + p.OriginalOffsetY) % this._Height); } } class NebulaParticle { public _Sprite: Phaser.GameObjects.Sprite; public OriginalOffsetX: number; public OriginalOffsetY: number; public distance: number; } Thank you very much.
  2. Composer available for hire. Competitive rates, easily the most bang for your buck. I've already started on my first few projects, with great satisfaction, and Im looking for more! I believe my work speaks for itself: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCGMqdH7qN12A_Isip9HrAhg Contact by email: retrorenaissance04@gmail.com