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Hi! There is no specific import for it to just import and use tileset, but you can generate images. I think there are plugins for Godot to simplify the tileset setup.

Also check out TilePipe2, it’s a bit more advanced. If I end up implementing Godot 4 tileset format, I will do it with TilePipe2.

I don’t think there is such a limitation. Most examples are 16x16px even. The templates are 32x32, but they only regulate where the resulting subtiles are located on the output image.

There is setting for input tile size and for output tile size if you want to resize the tiles. The output tiles will be scaled to the output tile size, if you “Output resize” in “On”.


I was planning on terrains export as it also transpires to Tiled export format, but generating all the transitions would be too much. My idea was to export multilayer tileset, as it looks much simpler.

Unfortunately, I did not have time to work on the project lately. I even can not bring myself up to create a somewhat detailed video tutorial on how to TilePipe2 is supposed to be used. As soon as my life stabilizes a bit, I will return to it all.

The game is classics, the rules are simple, build a line of at least 5 balls. However it is deep as a game and unknown to many to my surprize.

Check it out and try to beat my best - 668 on hard! My best run

Check out the Alpha 4 release, it should do what you requested.


I was thinking about implementing directory export, but for another reason (long planned Tiled export). I have it in the backlog. Will add your request too.

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Are you making an animated tile?

I was working on the problem you’ve mentioned in the light of animation. If I ever finish this work, there will be a switch randomization/animation, and the latter will work somewhat like you describe. However talking about Godot you don’t have to have everything on one texture, there is special AnimatedTexture resource type which works with tilesets too.

If you are going for animation, you can split your input into 4 parts and generate separate textures with a single 47-tile template. Export the first one as a Godot tile, then replace it’s texture with animated texture, created from 4 47-tile textures. It’s a bit of extra work, but it can work even now.

As for updating program, I don’t know when I will be able to get to work on it - maybe in a week, maybe in a month.

I think I have fixed the issue with the crash.

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Hi, sorry, I am away for PC until the end of the week. As for your error - I surely did not update anything, it’s caused by preexisting bug. What is wrong exactly - I can not say, but something is wrong with saved settings. Deleting the file in {User}/AppData/TilePipe/ will surely fix it (for Windows). You can delete everything there. I will try to fix the program next week. The problem is surely caused by missing texture for one of the tiles you made, I fixed something similar, but this bug got through.

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I still have problems with exporting Godot projects for Mac even in most recent Godot. There is no way to sign with ad hoc signature and without it MacOS does not allow to launch the exported build. You can just clone and run it with Godot, it is not that much harder.

As for me working on it - I actually was working on a total overhaul and release of TilPipe2, which will be more useful. The release is pretty close, but the exporter is not ready + the docs are still to be created.

Thanks for the donation and the kind words.

If you can somehow advise me on the Mac issue, I will update the build. I am not a Mac user, only have a Linux PC now.

Handshakes is excellent for a jam game. Fits the theme to the point, the puzzles are great. I’d recommend it to anyone who hasn’t played it already.

Really solid game. Nice puzzles, audio, visuals - everything is great. I’d say for me it’s the best game this jam from what I’ve played.

The idea is not mine, it’s a classics, just like tetris.

On the second part, difficulty levels would certainly help, though.

Nice game. It reminded me of Robozzle, which is forever in my heart=) If you are going to expand, you can take a couple of ideas from it.

I was a bit disappointed when the arrow directions were not relative to the camera, it would be a nice bit to mess with the player.

Thank you!

Nice game, pretty polished and playable.

Thank you, I spent quite a lot of time on them.

I believe the original can be downloaded somewhere for free by the name Lines98 or Lines95.


Thanks! The game was really addicting, I think it was a precursor to the whole 3-in-a-row genre.

Tnaks, that’s a recreation of an older game I played long ago. Basically, it’s a game I wrote for myself to play. The original had less colors, thus it was easier.

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Thank you. You are correct, I am a programmer (or all-at-once in this case). Btw, have you noticed motion blur?=)

As for the difficulty, the original one had those difficulty settings, you are correct that they improve the beginner experience. This version has 9 colors, that is the most contributing factor.

Edit: Also, played 1 time, got 248. So it is mostly too hard for the new players, not too hard for itself.

That’s a very solid game - easy to pick up, nice graphics, sound and music. Fits the theme nicely and is overall pleasant to interact with. To bad it was among the least rated - you probably should promote it on Discord or make a post in the community.

Nice little game, reminds me one of those rhytm-based games (or flappy bird).

You probably should add controls section to the description. Another minor complain is detection precision. It always feels like the game cheating me in the small nodes. Maybe, it’s WebGL issue too.

Overall a complete game with TUTORIAL on a jam is an accomplishment.

Yeah, there are some basic strategies to it. Try to minimize unnecessary moves, don’t block the passage. Basically, if you eliminate 5 ball building from 2, you get +1 ball on the field. Building from 3, -2 balls.

Thanks, it’s a hard version with 9 colors. While testing, I got around 200, but I played it a lot, but it was long ago.

A very solid game, the art is outstanding.

Every sound there has a different license. CC0 ones do not require that. You can basically click on the license in the interface, afaik.

Nice game, pretty complete one, which is nice for a jam.

There is not much different between sideview and top-down tilesets, I think. In the TilePipe different types are divided by symmetry.

For example the blue 255-tile from the diagonal example is fully symmetrical, so it is more of a top-down style one. You still can use tile without symmetry in top-down game, for example, if you want to show shadows. The most straightforward preset to use is Generation type: Overlay, Preset: 4 parts, symmetry - full. You can go from the example.

If you want, I can make a tutorial, sure. But I was working on a total rework of the UI, so was reluctant to do so.

Randomization is also a useful feature in TilePipe - just put some variations of your input picture in rows and the tiles will be generated randomly.

Yeah, the level change came in the last minutes and it is bugged that way - there is only 2 levels, and the game never ends, it repeats the last level.

Thanks for expanded reply. Unfortunately we could not finish and polish the game. But hey, we learned something on the way.

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Nice take on a theme.  I feel like if the speed would be higher, it would be more fun (even if physics glitches with that).

So, it's a Flappy bird + Butterfly effect. Fits the theme for sure.

It's rough on the edges, but it's a working turn-based tactics. Impressive for a jam.

Decent take on the theme, btw.

That's a fun and complete game. Completed 17 rooms om the first run and had some fun.

Great job!

Yes, the controls are like that intentionally. The game may have been tile-based, so they had to align with tile directions.

Thank you, such comments mean a lot to me.

It's just 30 seconds long:)