Hi Phil,
No. You are not crazy, but one thing that may or may not help is to
say 5 east, 11 up, and 15 north. That way you can keep it straight how
far you are east, north, and above the starting point of the axis and
which axis is which. No wonder so many people are having problems with
fps ttype games. If they don't understand basic coordinates it would
be easy to get lost in a game like this. Plus some people apparently
have no sense of direction when moving around in a virtual world and
get turned around/lost pretty quickly. I'm wondering how i can over
come some of those problems.

On 6/25/10, Phil Vlasak <p...@pcsgames.net> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> The altitude number is quite a puzzle.
> In the existing side scroller game you include the altitude as the second
> number while the first is how many meters west.
> To keep it consistent, maybe you should leave those numbers alone while
> changing the first number as how many meters north.
>  This third number could represent the east west distance but to make it
> easier to find doors maybe it could represent the distance from the center
> line of the room.
> so the game could say 5 meters east of center.
> Am I crazy, or what?
> smiles,
> Phil

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