Scription2

Rating
8.2
Reviews:
3
Downloads:
299
Date uploaded:
13 Mar 2012 at 13:53 (Minor update on 15 Mar 2012)

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Author
snipperdepipper (More uploads by snipperdepipper)
Type
Tileset
Credits
The original JJ2 designers for 'usable' tiles (such as blocks and poles), BT on Blogger for her picture of one of the windows and the Glasgow University Archives for a picture which I used for the other windows.
Version
1.23
Satisfaction
100%
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File contents

Scription2_blacklettersEx.j2l Cathedral Script 8.26 kB 13 Mar 2012
Scription2_whitelettersEx.j2l Cryptical Winterval 10.03 kB 13 Mar 2012
Scription2_blackletters.j2t Scription2_blackletters 67.47 kB 13 Mar 2012
Scription2_whiteletters.j2t Scription2_whiteletters 67.36 kB 13 Mar 2012

Description

In 2007 I uploaded one of my first tilesets, called Scription. A few months ago I rediscovered it and decided to do a remake of this Idea.

The result is a surrealistic world, existing of letters with some gothic architecture-influences. I used the Georgia-font, except for the sharp A’s, which are Times New Roman.

I retiled the tileset with user-comfort in mind. The tileset is compatible with water and snow scenery.

The file includes two versions of the tileset and an example level for both of them. I suggest you start with the black-letter-level first.

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Quick Reviews Average: 8.2

RecommendedRabid Rabb rated 7.5

What an idea! I would never except that it looks fine! It needs event generated things however because it would look dull.
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RecommendedSean rated 8.7

Actually a really nice set to roam around in. Very clean, very slick. The only thing I could find real fault with it is that it can be hard to know what is masked and what isn’t with inconsistent use of letters.

I’d like those music notes from Scription v1 back, please.

RecommendedMildis rated 8.5

It was really good idea to made this tileset and i try to create my own levels from this one :-)


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