How to make 15 tile tileset for use with the Bitwize auto tile method.

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Hi!

Here is what we are talking about:

http://www.saltgames.com/2010/a-bitwise-method-for-applying-tilemaps/

The real credit goes to @R0J0hound. He made the construct 2 files so we could see how to apply this method.

tilemap example https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5426011/examples20/bitwise_tilemap.capx

sprite example :https://www.scirra.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=147&t=72925&p=611090&hilit=bitwise#p611090

Another tile-map example: https://www.scirra.com/forum/span-class-posthilit-tilemap-span-auto-tile-help_p721581?#p721581

The reason I am making this tutorial is to illustrate the proper sequence of the tiles needed. The original tutorial by Salt Games uses a really crappy tile-set. It is nearly impossible to tell which tile goes where. So I made this key for everyone:

If you import it into the R0J0hound example files, you need to set the tile dimensions from 20 to 32.

Look at the files included with this tutorial. There is a dots.zip file that has a bunch of other 16 tile, tile-sets for you to learn from.

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