I’ve finally gotten around to collecting the high resolution geomorphs from the Geomorph Mapping Challenge / Project into one PDF so you can print them out and play with them.
I printed mine out on light cardstock and cut them out (they are 2.5 inches on each side) and then shuffle them up to create dungeons on the fly.
Click here to download the 18 Mb PDF.
(Please, if linking to this in your blog, website or forums, link to the Geomorph Mapping Project Page, and not directly to the file, as the file gets updated and renamed, whereas said page does not get renamed)
I’ll also post the link on the Geomorph Mapping Project page.
PS: This is post #401 for the blog. Happy milestone, oh repository of gaming disinformation!
Awesome. I’m due to collect mine into a PDF as well. I’d love to print them on card stock and shuffle them with yours and Stonewerks’.
Mine are all printed up and in a nice deck (2 copies of each except the dead ends) and once yours are in a PDF (2.5 inches per side for the geomorphs please!) I’ll print them out and add them to the deck.
James D. Jarvis said:
Cool, just collected the tiles (with a grey fill) of the my geomorphs in a pdf.
Awesome. To be printed out and added to my collection shortly.
David Millar said:
Hey Dyson, amazing collection of tiles!
I’m working on a geomorph based map generator inspired by the one Rob Lang made.
Would it be alright if I include your tiles as one of the options in the generator? You can check it out at http://www.thegriddle.net/mapper/ right now to see what I’ve got cooking so far.
I was checking out your generator earlier today and have it as an upcoming post in my love of all things geomorphic (I also downloaded a bunch of curvedoku puzzles while I was there).
You absolutely have permission to use them as long as you aren’t charging for the generator and throw me credit for them. I would LOVE to see them on your generator because it is SO DAMN COOL the way you can reorient the tiles on the fly.
SO DAMN COOL.
Oh wow, since I last looked you added Stonewerks’ maps to it. VERY VERY SWEET.
In addition to choosing one set of morphs, there should be an option to include all the morphs in one map. You know, for variety.
David Millar said:
Thanks for allowing me to include them! I definitely plan on not charging for it’s use – the only thing I’m considering at the moment is if I purchase a separate domain to host it on, I might throw a banner ad on there to help cover hosting costs.
Including all morphs is another thing I have planned, but at the moment I’m just trying to get it working without any issues, then I need to scan my hand-drawn tiles and get them in as well. 🙂
Quick question – other than the PDF, is there any other “collection” of all of your tiles in one place that’s quick to grab? If not, that’s fine too.