Start Date: January 10, 2022
Due Date: January 31, 2022 (by end of day, Pacific Time)
Each entrant is eligible for a payment of up to $350, with a minimum of $75 if the entry meets the minimum standards. The exact payment amount for each entrant will be based on the quality of the entrant’s work.
A tileset consists of tiles that are designed on a uniform grid size so that the tiles all fit and work seamlessly together. In game design, for example, tiles from a tileset can be arranged and put together to form larger maps.
For this challenge, the goal is to build a tileset consisting of tiles that can be put together to create a dungeon. This will allow other creators to easily build a dungeon just by putting together the tiles.
Create a variety of different tiles. Consider the various sections to build such as straight, turns, dead ends, intersections, rooms, stairs, etc.
Each tile should have a uniform size so that all tiles fit together.
Choose a size that has plenty of room to comfortably fit a group of players.
Build your dungeon tiles with details and a variety of elements to give it character!
Lighting can have a dramatic impact on the design. Consider adding accent lighting, as well as actual light sources such as torches. Include sounds to make the fire sources sound real.
Design a dungeon tileset with as many of the features above as possible.
Include a sample dungeon that uses all the tiles in your tileset.
Your work should strive to meet the criteria below.
View the full Judging Criteria.
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HOW TO APPLY
For instructions on how to apply, please visit the Application Formpost.
SUBMITTING YOUR WORK
- Your application acceptance message includes instructions on how to submit your work.
- Entrants must submit their work by the deadline listed in the Challenge in order to be considered for payment.
- Failure to submit your work on time may affect your eligibility for future Challenges.
For detailed information about the rules, judging criteria, and best practices please visit the Challenge Board Info & Rules post.