|graesex.j2l||Graesy Example||7.66 kB||02 Mar 2014|
|Graesy.j2t||Graesy||116.82 kB||02 Mar 2014|
I started making this set a long time ago, somewhere around 2005-2006. After a while it started to gather dust in a rarely opened folder, until I finally decided to finish it. Since it’s been worked on for such a long time, the quality/artstyle is not completely uniform but I hope you don’t mind. Most of the stuff have actually been redrawn but some things were still good enough.
So at long last I can consider the set finished and let you guys have a look at it.
Unfortunately I haven’t been able to come up with a proper name though, so it still has the working name.
Anyway, I hope you will like it and make some nice levels with it.
First glimpse of this tileset is, colorful and happy. You can clearly see that some parts are hand drawn. Some tiles been borrowed from Nick Stadler’s tilesets but most are original made. I really like the countless of bunnies and that some are even animated!
This tileset is screaming for a single player level.. perhaps for an episode that is story heavy. I mean, there are so many bunnies, you can use them for small dialogs, which is perfect for story telling. The tileset can be used for multiplayer things like.. hotel levels, remember them 90’s and early 00’s Jazz Jackrabbit players?
What this tileset lacks is a proper use of layer 1 and 2. zapS, went the easy way by using rain for the first layers, which is sad..it limits the possibility for some nifty eyecandy.
I do honestly believe that zapS does have some love and put some passion in the tileset. You can make some decent levels out of it, but don’t expect to much out of it.
This tileset is happy, nice and colorful.
This theme is a garden, a village, the TexturedBG works well.
The masks work well.
I dont rate this example level.
This tileset is very nice and useful to create levels with houses with rabbits, pools, caves and rooms!!!!
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.