This is a very simple mod that allows you to stack branches into piles of 5, 10, 25, and 50.
Always check the update log for recent new tiles I add to the pack!
A collection of tiles, this mod as a standalone will not have any effect on the game. This mod simply does the behinds the scenes magic to make all the tiles function as intended.
This tile pack has been made available for map makers to use. the tile sheets are within the mod folder itself.
Some tiles I created initially for my Stalker Stores (only the ones with no loot right now). Tiles will also be used in other mods I am working on.
Ever wanted to put a Light Switch somewhere to have the lighting you always felt the room needed. lamps? PFFT! Lets just grab this switch from our neighbors house and BLAM! We now have a Light Switch where we want.
Immersive Solar Arrays (ISA) adds a new system to let you harvest solar power and power the electrical devices of your base!
Ever thought that PZ needs an elvation element? Well your prayers are answered. With these tilesheets you can achieve it through mapping!
Whether you're looking to make your own hideout, pantry, or trendy underground living room, we've all wanted to have a basement in PZ at one time or another. This mod brings them into the game in a completely customizable way!
This is a collection of world tile sprites I've made to be used as a resource in creating custom maps. Some sprites may have additional functionality, I'll be including lua for those in this mod as needed. I don't plan on making anything here craftable, however.
Adds a craftable Froggy Chair to the game. Comes with an add-on to make it compatible with True Actions!
This mod is a collection of sprites for mappers.
This mod allows you to build wells! Wells have been around since the times of the roman empire. I figured an experienced survivor would be able to build a well for long term water storage.
Some tiles I created for my Stalker Stores (only the ones with no loot right now). Tiles will also be used in other mods I am working on.
Added more furniture, decoration, container, etc.....
Adds various elements, improvements, new materials to the game that will help players immerse themselves in the sandbox even more. The purpose of creating a mod was to add maximum opportunities to the game for and players.
Most of the time, I play at very advanced erosion. But I always found that houses were "too clean" so I created this mod to put erosion to the next level. It makes most of the houses look like abandoned safehouses and city buildings appear desolated.
Needed Files for Skizot's Tilesets to work ingame. Dylan helped me get all this crap working. Commander gave me some GREAT ideas.
The mod adds several types of furniture that has a capacity from 1000 to 9000.
A tile pack made by me, contains a bunch of customized tiles. A pre-mod for my map mods.
Adds a bunch of new flags to craft a flag, you need two sheets and a needle.
Adds 128 posters, which you can craft with 4 sheets of paper and a pencil
This flag pack adds 500 new flags that can be hung up on the walls around your house or base. Each flag comes in two sizes, standard (three tiles wide) and small (one tile wide, hanging vertically).
My tilepack was originally designed to add tiles for my map mod Monmouth County, however, I am now started to add tiles for other map modders.
The ability to build some barricades from the Dylan's Tile Pack textures has been added to construction.
Tired of permanently staining your world by disassembling every appliance in a 5 mile radius, just to build two fences? Would you like to avoid using unappealing wooden walls?
Congratulations, you've survived the end of the world and you're stable and safe in your base. There is only one problem, your cabinets don't match your wallpaper and that's really embarrassing.
You've survived the apocalypse. You've memorized the Wood Time TV Jingle. You've stolen countless cars, survived endless nights and you've scavenged your little heart out and yet, that elusive windshield or home window eludes you. Not anymore! Introducing "Improvised Glass"