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[Release] Ordos Homeworld/Draconis IV


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A tileset done by Domger; posted here for preservation purposes:

This is the tileset done as Draconis IV, Domger version.



BLOXORD.R16 16 bit version

BLOXORD.R8 8 bit version

BLOXORD.ini to use on the editor (only works properly with old versions of the dune2k editor)

This tileset it's just a recolor (except for the spice) of a preexisting tileset, so it uses "TILEATR1.bin" for the attributes.

How to use them:
The .R16 and .R8 files must be into "Dune 2000\data" path.
the ini should go into the folder's editor.

data.rar <-- this is the data.r16, but it is zipped in order to enter the file size of the forum.

This file contain the craters (when you shoot the floor) and the ingame blooms to be white. Also, the color when concrete or a building is placed now it is a darker gray/black, so it is more easy to see in game.

how to use it:
unzip "data.rar". Data.r16 should go into the "data" folder on your game, but you will loose the original.
Better to use it with a "Custom Campaign data" folder and letting the launcher to swap the files while playing your specific mission but recovering the usuall brown craters/blooms after finishing.

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