- Jan 16, 2016
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- Primarily Uses
I made a few world tile edits that I want to share with you. With these beautiful tiles you can create smooth transitions for your worldmap. (I hated those blocky brown borders...)
In the near future I will add some animations for rivers, waterfalls and the sea and stuff, so that they can be placed as events or doodads above the tiles.
-free for commercial and non-commercial games
-credits to AcoBaco (And Kadokawa - These tiles are edits after all!)
-You need to have a RPG Maker MV Licence
-You need to have fun using the tiles!
-Feel free to repost and edit but credit AcoBaco and Kadokawa and post a link to this site
Here we have the border between 3 "biomes" which contain different areas in themselves (The dead tree area in the mountains, the forest near the city, the green-brownish mountains in the south, the red-green mountains and more brownish-golden trees in the tundra-area in the north.) We see two different types of roads and there are rivers and lakes. For springs you can map mountains in front of rivertiles or use lakes with rivers (there are examples near the little farm village in the south).
I mapped a huge mega volcano here. To get the lava-autotiles working without those brown blocky default borders you can use first the tile from beautiful_world_A5b, then use the normal dark-rocky autotile with shift pressed(!) and then you can use the normal lava autotile. So you can have smooth and curvy borders + that lava effect. There are also some bushes and stones to fill deserts with a little bit more detail and there are craters for wastelands and some more green craters for other areas.
For dense forests you can use the forest underground or you just place different trees and moutnains near each other to make a smooth transition. You can show the impact of civilisation with tree stumps, mines, buildings, roads, etc
I personally like it to hide roads under the snow. (And I really LOVE these tundra tiles and mixed forests!!)
There is a usage guide in the package where I map a little tutorial island:
Speedmapping Tutorial Video:
Have fun! And please show me your creations.