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Nice I've got to the second level and died almost immediately.
I'm not entirely sure what the mechanics is and what should I pay attention as a player - which enemies are how much powerful, how much hp I have and so on. Some explanation/tutorial/visual-clue might help; or... I need to play a couple more games to figure it on my own - who knows?
Otherwise: keep up the good work!
Otherwise: commercial ads in a school project?! I might consider going back to school if it become not only fun and interesting but also net-positive financially XD.
I'm glad you like it so much; thank you the the generous offer.
Unfortunately I have no time for any additional work at the moment. I'm also not sure how it would look for those particular characters tbh, they are designed to be 2-directions.
In any case a pixel-artist you will hire - who may have more imagination - is free to use pixeldudesmaker's assets however they like. It's CC0 after all (as is everything I've released so far here on itch.io).
sidenote: I've been thinking about some 4-direction characters recently but I'm not to be trusted with time estimates.
Thank you, I'm really glad you like it.
The side-view doors are something I struggle with for some time already. They just never look much like doors. Obviously I'll have to draw them sooner or later but I keep postponing.
Otherwise - all of what you've mentioned is somewhere in my todo-list already*. It's just difficult to find enough time. In any case I'll have some update this month (No promises about what it'll be though).
[*] except ceiling - I don't know what you mean - game dungeons have no ceiling - I'm intrigued - can you elaborate?
There are spacing and placement that suits my workflow. I expect you guys to not like it - this is why I've added tiles_list files - so you can easily reorder/extract/pluck/rename/iterate/remove/add/whatever the items. I thought it's a sensible solution - works with any language. The python script could be considered just an example - I don't see the reason to learn python to use it nor I can see how it would be a bad thing.
Honestly I don't understand what the issue is.
In any case I've just uploaded a zip file with the output of copy.py.
Good luck with your game! :)
Thanks, much appreciated!
Sure thing, I'm happy to be attributed, and always eager to see what people create out of those tiles.
Feel free to also post a link to your game, I'd like to play it : - )
Hi there, thanks!
Of course you can contact me - see my website for the email. I'd love to see your animations.
Unfortunately I won't incorporate them to the tileset but I'll be happy to add a link in the description if you decide to release them as an extension pack or something like that :)