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#1 Eddy

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Posted 01 August 2020 - 05:48 AM

Welcome to the next Map of the Month contest! We have 3 entries this month, so let's see what we got!

 

Mani Kanina

Koholint island remade in ZC; Oracle design style, two maps total (no layers), designed around ZC's and current script's limitations.

 

TheRock

 

HeroOfFire

Somewhere in the ocean, an island chain created from volcanic activity. Looks like one is still active.


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#2 xanadude

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Posted 01 August 2020 - 02:49 PM

Had to vote for Mani Kanina, that recreation is far too slick


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#3 Mani Kanina

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Posted 01 August 2020 - 04:58 PM

For reference, if anyone wants to play around with or actually do any quests with the koholint island overworld re-creation, you can find it in it's current state packed in with the latest tileset update.



#4 Matthew

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Posted 01 August 2020 - 05:34 PM

Love the Koholint recreation, so my vote goes to Mani Kanina. I'm honestly pleasantly surprised by how nice the spacing ended up being. It doesn't look nearly as stretched as I expected it to be. The only areas that seem sparse are the entrance to the Mysterious Woods and the rooftop of Kanalet castle. Great work here.

 

Even if my vote went to Mani Kanina, TheRock's dungeon is really cool as well. It looks like a mashup of various other dungeon styles, lending it a very final-dungeon-like vibe.

 

HoF's map is good too. It almost looks like a dungeon from its structure, but outwardly presents itself as an overworld. My only critique is the lack of ground decoration on the grass (bushes, tall grass, flowers, etc).

 

Good work here, everyone.


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