* New doodads: Switches.
* They come in four varieties: wall switch (background element, with
"ON/OFF" text) and three side-profile switches for the floor, left
or right walls.
* On collision with the player, they flip their state from "OFF" to
"ON" or vice versa. If the player walks away and then collides
again, the switch flips again.
* Can be used to open/close Electric Doors when turned on/off. Their
default state is "off"
* If a switch receives a power signal from another linked switch, it
sets its own state to match. So, two "on/off" switches that are
connected to a door AND to each other will both flip on/off when one
of them flips.
* Update the Level Collision logic to support Decoration, Fire and Water
* Previously, ALL pixels in the level were acting as though solid.
* Non-solid pixels don't count for collision detection, but their
attributes (fire and water) are collected and returned.
* Updated the MenuScene to support loading a map file in Play Mode
instead of Edit Mode. Updated the title screen menu to add a button
for playing levels instead of editing them.
* Wrote some documentation.
* Initial WebAssembly build target for Doodle in the wasm/ folder.
* Add a new render.Engine implementation, lib/render/canvas that uses
the HTML 5 Canvas API instead of SDL2 for the WebAssembly target.
* Ported the basic DrawLine(), DrawBox() etc. functions from SDL2 to
Canvas context2d API.
* Fonts are handled with CSS embedded fonts named after the font
filename and defined in wasm/index.html
* `make wasm` builds the WASM program, and `make wasm-serve` runs a dev
Go server that hosts the WASM file for development. The server also
watches the dev tree for *.go files and rebuilds the WASM binary
automatically on change.
* This build "basically" runs the game. UI and fonts all work and mouse
movements and clicks are detected. No wallpaper support yet or texture
caching (which will crash the game as soon as you click and draw a
pixel in your map!)
* Add some encoding/decoding functions for binary msgpack format for
levels and doodads. Currently it writes msgpack files that can be
decoded and printed by Python (mp2json.py) but it can't re-read from
the binary format. For now, levels will continue to write in JSON
* Add filesystem abstraction functions to the balance/ package to search
multiple paths to find Levels and Doodads, to make way for