New Releases: Cyber City: Exterior Tiles, KR Elemental Dungeon Tileset - Celestial Flora Ice Time
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New Releases: Cyber City: Exterior Tiles, KR Elemental Dungeon Tileset - Celestial Flora Ice Time

New Releases: Cyber City: Exterior Tiles, KR Elemental Dungeon Tileset - Celestial Flora Ice Time
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December 16, 2020

It’s our favorite day of the week, Releaseday! And this week we’ve got two gorgeous tilesets, so let’s get right to the goodies!

Bright neon meets grimy asphalt in Cyber City: Exterior Tiles! Dragoonwys has created some beautiful pixel art to create our gritty streets, giving us incredibly detailed tiles to build our cities from the ground up. It’s easy to send our players into our cyberpunk worlds with this tile pack.

Make streets where brick buildings proudly display their services with shining neons signs and small solar panels decorate their roofs! Give dark and dangerous back alleys the right look when our players explore them with trash from dumpsters strewn about and an open manhole leading who knows where. Vending machines near wooden benches can turn a section of open sidewalk into the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat while keeping an eye on a nearby fenced lot where suspicious activity has been going on. For those times our stories need us to get away from the busy city life, we can make a small park hidden in-between buildings where healthy flowers and bushes grow from rough dirt, and our players can relax on swing sets or with a quick pickup game of basketball with an old hoop.

This pack also includes sprites to help bring our cities to life, with 4 different spritesheets of cybernetically-enhanced NPCs that perfectly fit the city we’ve created. Multiple neon lights give us more ways to light up our streets, and animated doors let our players enter the shops or apartments they need to… Or in the case of the large laser gate, act as a reminder to heed the ‘keep out’ signs.

A new windowskin rounds out the pack, letting us match out menus to the game’s cyberpunk style. This pack is set up for MV/MZ, so it’s simple to drop these tiles into our games and get creating! Give your cyberpunk story the city maps it deserves with Cyber City: Exterior Tiles!

Purchase on the Degica Shop or on Steam!

Next up, we have the next in the KR Elemental Dungeon Tileset series, Celestial, Flora, Ice, & Time! Included in this pack are all the things you will need to build dungeons in the 4 new themes.

Explore worlds of stars. Themed to the heavenly bodies, the Celestial Element rings true with images of planets, the stars, and more. Have your players bask in the infinite of the stars as they fight their way to the final boss of this dungeon theme!

Explore castles of ice. With crystalline ice structures, and rime covered walls and floors, the Ice Element chills to the bone! Have your players pull their cloaks close in the chilly confines of this dungeon theme!

Explore ruins recaptured by nature. Moss covered walls, overgrown tiles, mushrooms, and more bring the Flora element to life. Have your players push through the tangles to conquer this dungeon theme!

Explore the very mechanisms of time. Clockwork and gears tick forward into the future, back into the past, and in the present carrying the Time element to its beginning, end and everything in between. Have your players conquer time itself to bring back something dear with this dungeon theme!

Purchase on the Degica Shop or on Steam!

Update: Tropical Island Game Assets

We've updated the Tropical Island Game Assets pack. This update includes an animated autotile (GK_FV_A1.png) that was not previously present. The animated autotile contains shoreline animations and animations for where cliffs interact with the water. The regular autotile tilemap (GK_FV_A2.png) contains a new series of tiles to allow for grass over sand. A new tilemap (GK_FV_D.png) allows you to layer grass over any surface. We've also included new tutorial files.

The included tutorial files that were not present previously contains:

  • A tutorial on making a map using straight cliff tiles and general terrain tiles
  • A tutorial on making a map using diagonal cliff tiles
  • A tutorial on installing and utilizing the tileset in general
  • A tutorial on using the 12 frame animations for shorelines
  • An example project file for a map using the animated autotiler and general tiles (MV and MZ)
  • An example project file for a map using the 12 frame animations for shorelines (MV and MZ)

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