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ALTTP S. Camellia Desert Tiles (CTTP/TC)

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Creator: FireSeraphim Added: 31 Aug 2016 Downloads: 16
Rating[?]: Rating: 4/5 (1 rating)
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Tags: ALTTP_Tileset, Collection, Decoration, Ground, Greenery, Water, Overworld, Structure, Edited, Ripped
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Description
And let us see what we have here on the last day of this very month:
  • And on sheet number one we have:
    • Some custom sand tiles (based on the sand tiles from the aforementioned Camellia Deserts) with ALTTP grass borders
    • Cabbage and shrubbery! in both grass and dirt variants and sharing the same slashed tile (with a slashed tile for the sands)
    • Three different colours of ground spikes in grass, dirt and sand variants
    • Seven different colours of rocks in grass, dirt and sand variants
    • A wooden table with table-legs in grass, dirt and sand variants
    • Some ruined Desert building tiles (some tiles are shared with Camellia Desert's very own Desert Palace dungeon entrance tiles)
    • The aforementioned brick walls of the Desert Palace dungeon entrace, I recommend looking at this map as a sort of general guide on how to use these tiles
    • A strange and rotund desert tree with roots in grass, dirt and sand variants
    • Some pit tiles in both grass and dirt variants
    • A pretty exotic looking palm tree with roots in in grass and dirt variants
    • A stone mural of a phoenix meant to be layered over the brick walls of the Desert Palace dungeon entrance
    • Some nifty aztec-y, bas-relief fringes meant to be use to liven up and decorate the walls of the Desert Palace dungeon entrance
    • some frankensprited brick floor tiles with shadows for the Desert Palace dungeon entrance
    • and finally a suprising out of place small and big chopped log with grass, dirt and sand variants
  • On the next sheet we have:
    • Some rather neat and nifty looking water tiles, in grass, dirt and sand variants
Credits
Atlus and Sega for making Crusader of Centy
Nintendo for making the Legend of Zelda series, especially for making A Link to the Past.
The members of this fine community for supporting me.
Myself for all the work done here so far.
And PureZC for hosting all my spritework and franken-edits.
(I will confess that I been copy-pasta-ing the credits 'cause I'm lazy and this basically covers it)