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  1. This is how I load the tilemap, instantiate a background layer and get the object layer for it: // preload levelgame.load.tilemap( "tilemap", "assets/levels/tilemap.json", null, Phaser.Tilemap.TILED_JSON );game.load.image( "tiles", "assets/levels/tileset.png" );var map = game.add.tilemap( 'tilemap' );map.addTilesetImage('tile-set', 'tiles');// create background layervar layer = map.createLayer( backgroundLayerName );// get objects from the object layervar levelObjects = map.objects[ objectsLayerName ];levelObjects.forEach( function( element ) { //...} );I get the position and name propertie
  2. As usual, I will begin with my tilemap: As you can see I added three objects that I want to use in my map as triggers. This is the object layer called Triggers in tiled. I did not change my loading code because I assumed that you don't have to load the object layer: constructor(game: Phaser.Game, key: string, manifest: any) { super(game, key); this.addTilesets(manifest.maze); this.wallLayer = this.createLayer(this.WallsLayer); this.backgroundLayer = this.createLayer(this.BackgroundLayer); this.shadowLayer
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