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Old 07-29-2012, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by GoDoT View Post
Ahh, sorry, didn't know there was one out there.
Nah it's cool, I only posted it once and it wasn't on here anyways. I feel that things like this need a bit of a more organized and easier-to-read sort of tutorial, but I find tutorial videos to be too boring to keep people interested and images can be hard to follow. Perhaps short gifs of manipulating these sort of tiles is a decent midway compromise?

Wish there were a better way to teach people this sort of thing. Nonetheless level making needs all the help it can get. Tutorials are sparse and what help there is is typically in the form of handing people the stuff in predefined object formats and they never really become familiar with pics1 -- and that's a big problem. Knowledge of pics1 and knowing how the various tiles interact is the best way to improve, imo.
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