A downloadable software for Windows
Ever wanted to just do a simple, yet too complex to hardcode quickly, vector drawing that you can fiddle around with in your 2D game prototype?
Metaplot lets you do exactly this. You can plot points & lines and export them in a format that you supply yourself.
Another key feature in Metaplot is being able to assign metadata to the individual objects themselves.
This metadata is useful for distinguishing between different parts of your drawing, for example if you're using Metaplot to plot the collision data for your platformer game, the lines that make up the ground would be named "ground", while hazardous objects would be named "hazard", and so on.
Each point/line can point to a metadata entry containing a string (32 characters), and a 32-bit signed integer (min. value: -2147483648, max. value: 2147483647)
When your drawing is done, you can export it in a text format that you can supply yourself using a simple text replacement engine. Built-in formats include: xml, json.
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