Friday, August 17, 2018

Tile of the Week #116 + Product Update

Here is today's Tile of the Week entry plus some information on a few new PBE Games releases. This tile is a half-size sewer geomorph with several connected rooms and corridors.

Tile 116 - Player Version

All Tile of the Week images are free for private use. You can download the images above using right-click/save as. Each tile is a 100px per five-foot square image, sized for compatibility with Dungeons in Blue geomorphs. The entire Tile of the Week Collection is also available as a pay what you want bundle if you're feeling lazy, and I'll be updating this soonish to include the last eight or ten tiles posted here.

I've also published a handful (a big handful, actually) of new Mega Tiles and Complexes. For those unfamiliar, Mega Tiles are single quad-size tiles that are compatible with other Dungeons in Blue geomorphs. Complexes are dual-purpose, quad-size tiles. They include both a standalone version you can use as a one-shot dungeon and a geomorph-ready version you can add to a larger creation.

Mega Tile 38 Preview

Here's the brief summary of all the new products, along with a couple of product previews:

  • Complexes #13 shows a system of large caves that contain a small lake. The area is only reachable via holes in the ceiling.
  • Complexes #14 depicts a traditional dungeon with large, pillar-filled halls and chambers, two shrines, and a room with a huge, empty dais in the center.
  • Complexes #15 shows a large chasm or tunnel with two outdoor entrances. Various rooms and tunnels are carved into its sides.
  • Complexes Triple Pack #5 is a discount bundle containing all three of these products.
  • Mega Tile #36 depicts an enormous underground chamber surrounded by smaller rooms and four shrines.
  • Mega Tile #37 is a cave complex with many statues scattered throughout. An underground river, crossed by a bridge, cuts across one corner.
  • Mega Tile #38 features a traditional dungeon complex with several prominent features and new construction along one side.
  • Mega Tile #39 shows a cavern complex divided by a cliff face. Traditional dungeon corridors and rooms fill one corner of the geomorph.
  • Mega Tile #40 shows a single huge chamber containing many smaller rooms. A river featuring docks and bridges divides the space.
  • Mega Tile Five Pack #8 bundles all five new Mega Tiles into a single package at a discounted price.
  • Mega Tile Big Deal #2 offers a larger discount on Mega Tiles 21 to 40.
Complexes 14 Preview
With that, I believe I'm caught up with new releases. Thanks for reading and happy gaming!

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