One of the biggest difficulties with making an isometric game in GameGuru has been the camera collision system which will zoom in past any obstruction to stay focused on the player, but in isometric games that require the hero to walk under a bridge or structure, this resulted in a rapid and genre breaking zoom of the camera to the back of the characters head. Hardly desirable. Thanks to the work of an artist creating plenty headway in this genre, I was encouraged to help add a new feature which disables this behaviour when the camera settings are configured for top-down isometric gameplay.
Alas I cannot reveal the cool graphics that accompany this concept, not until the artist is ready with the final shots, but I could snatch a small example of the kind of technique I describe, and you can appreciate that when the character walks under the beam, you don't want the camera shifting from its fixed perspective. This rigid camera defines the game type and the level design choices for the game developer, and ensuring its integrity means you will soon be playing and making much more than FPS games. This feature will be part of the V1.12 update coming soon.