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I'm making a game which is simillar to the Rush Hour puzzle game, I want to split a texture into some parts, and apply it to different textures.
My texture is on a 1:N ratio and I want to split it on N sprites.
for example, I have the car image below:
full car

As it is a 1:2 ratio, I want to apply it on 2 different sprites, as represented here:
enter image description here

I would like to do it all through the code as I want the user to be able to add their own car images, I've heard about atlas but I don't understand how can I use it only through code.

Godot version 3.2.1
in Engine by (29 points)
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+1 vote
Best answer

Yes, you can by using TextureAstlas

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+2 votes

You can use the same strategy as originally posted in this QA post.

I was working on something similar, and ended up with the following:

func your_function_here():
    var texture := _tile_map.tile_set.tile_get_texture(id)
    var region := Rect2(0, 0, 16, 16)
    texture_button.texture_normal = get_cropped_texture(texture, region)

func get_cropped_texture(texture : Texture, region : Rect2) -> AtlasTexture:
    var atlas_texture :=
    return atlas_texture
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