How to set Abitrary Units properly?
I'm currently working on a game where you have to avoid asteroids. I started to use arbitrary units. public final static int WIDTH = 100, HEIGHT = 100; Additionally, I'm using an OrthographicCamera: float aspectratio = 16/10; cam = new OrthographicCamera(100, 100 * aspectratio); cam.position.set(cam.viewportWidth / 2f, cam.viewportHeight / 2f, 0); cam.update(); In the game screen, the asteroids look deformed:
That's a problem of your Viewport. Have a look at this page. For example, you can use a FitViewport that scales your game as much as possible to fit the screen, but there may be black bars.
Your aspect is off. Notice your planets aren't round either. Your viewport is 500x400, which is a 5:4 aspect, you want 16:10 aspect. Try changing cam = new OrthographicCamera(500, 250 * aspectratio); to cam = new OrthographicCamera(500 * aspectratio, 500); that will give you a viewport of 800x500, or 16:10 aspect
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