It’s the map, it’s the map, it’s the map

Ugh.. so boring!

Added a map viewer to RogueBusters. I added this so that I can see what I’m doing while I make the city blocks more interesting. I’m also investigating the use of the wave function collapse to create the city blocks.

Wave Function Collapse (WFC) experiment

The output tends to be a little more complex than I had hoped for. I haven’t given up yet. Here are some more examples:

The city blocks are not an uniform as I would like. Cities don’t really end up like this.

Here’s an example from a map of Chicago from 1857:

1857 Chicago.. I’m sure this was still relevant in the 1920s.

There are only a few variations, so I’m not sure how to model that with WFC. For now, I’ll just work on creating the map from a few basic variations and see how that goes.