Here's a little primer for the guys having trouble creating their own content on PSPMillionaire's EvilMana TileEditor. Developer dan369 dropped by the QJ.NET PSP Development Forums earlier to release Evilmana tile set v1.2.
As its name implies, this is a compilation of pre-made tiles for the TileEditor homebrew application. This particular release boats over 200 tiles for your use. Quoting dan369's changelog:
* EvilMana Tileset v1.2 - Image 1Changelog
o added more buldings
o added 2 simple trees (the othher one was a bit confusing!)
o added more grass add-ons
o added new folder"Paths and walls"
o added paths and walls
o added Forestry folder for trees
o added signs folder
o added more house add-ons
o added Hut
* Things to do
o add more screnary
o add more buldings
o add more add-ons
o add more little items
o add more off a range of things( in progress as you read)
o Generally add more things!
Full instructions on how to use the tiles are available in the file bundle's readme. You may also want to visit dan369's release thread over at the QJ.NET PSP Development Forums to leave your suggestions.
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