These are so cute! Now you just need little people and pets to move in!
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Other asset creators put the version number in the zip filename, like for example: Farm_Full_v1.01.zip
I buy and download a lot of assets on Itch, and I have a bad memory. So I might not revisit your asset for a few months and I won't be able to remember which version I have at that point. If the filename was 1.01 and you released 1.02 I would know I needed to upgrade.
Just a suggestion!
This is really cool! Suggestion: a lock toggle for each option, so you can decide which parts can be randomized. Also, a way to customize the pieces ourselves, so we can add more parts or colorize the parts would be amazing.
Any way you could implement a "color" or "tint" function, per tile? I have some 1-bit tile sets that I'd love to work with, but I don't know any tile-based tools that allow arbitrary coloring, so it's hard to visualize and experiment.
Not immediately. I've been working on a 2d top down framework for a little while. Rogue-lite open world sim kind of thing. Still not 100% decided on the theme yet, but I've been leaning towards Fantasy just because I'm not an artist and those kinds of assets are plentiful.
There are a lot of fantasy-themed RPG assets, but not a lot of sci fi stuff. Maybe some modern/sci fi top-down RPG stuff? Space ship interiors, tech, aliens and alien worlds, etc. That could be fun.
Very nice, thank you! What changed in the update?
By the way, when you post an update, if you could put the version number in the filename like "Tiny Farm Pack v1.01", that would be helpful! Thanks!
I mean the castle and the ground. The sky is fine. I think maybe it's that gray in between the bricks and the gray in the cobblestone ground, they're both very similar and kind of lead to each other visually? I'm not really an artist, it's just an impression! So don't take it too harshly! :)
I see a small problem with this set. The foreground and background are all very similar color, so it all kind of blends together and looks like a big flat space with very little depth. Aside from that, a great tile set as usual! Keep on creating!