Andrew Mendes is a mailman from sunny South Florida.
31 August 2015 at 04:47
Was that created with a Voronoi algorithm? Looks nice, but too steep to have people live on it, I guess, if that was the intention at all.
31 August 2015 at 16:13
It was an MIT website. I’ll let you know which.
You’re right though there’s no way to make it less step unless maybe I play with the seed.
Do you know any others?
1 September 2015 at 04:58
I’ve found something like that before on the internet (might even the be same website), but I don’t quite remember if I could successfully generate land that wasn’t too steep. You might also be interested in Wilbur, though programs that algorithmically generate terrain often produce kind of unnatural looking results IMO.
1 September 2015 at 19:31
Its here: http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~amitp/game-programming/polygon-map-generation/demo.html
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