DOS Tileset for Civilization I for Windows After an incredibly long time (3 weeks), I have finished the DOS version tileset for CivWin. It required quite a lot of time, effort and patience. However, IT IS DONE! Although I do realize, that CivWin is not as popular as DOS version due to many issues I am well aware of, I believe that this mod will make it more attractive. Features: Nice and old design see screenshots Wave animation in 256 mode River animation in 256 mode Some notes about custom tileset: In DOS version, the Tileset (tiles, icons for buildings in city and modifiers like rivers, resources, villages, units) is separated into three pictures, each of the pictures has it's own palette, a nice and big palette. CivWin is far more greedy. I have only 64 colours for whole tileset (=terrain, rivers, units, buildings icons...) and 8 for cyclic animation. I have done the best I can and I believe that the result is as close as possible, but in CivWin is place only for one animation instead of two (DOS = rivers + oceans, My version = one animation for all). Oh well. It is working quite well. You will see (if you change to 256 colour mode). Source and tools included! Yes, you don't have to decode the .rsc format and .GIF format again! I have done it for you! When I will leave this board, this information won't be lost. If you find some bugs or irregularity, post it here along with screenshot, description and saved game and I will do something about it (probably). Installation: Backup your civdata4.rsc and replace it with the one in the attachment archive. Trouble? Problems? Step 1: read readme Step 2: Ask here (or post mail). I don't bite There are few things, like city walls are unaligned, but if I align them, they are overlapped with something else... Oh well. I haven't played the CivWin with this tileset (except few short experiments). Update: Version 20080325: Fixed color of barbarians and colors of some other civilizations Changed color of the grid of city, so size of city is easier to read. Regards, Honza --------------------- Disclaimer: If it kill you computer, eat your dog and scratch your DVD collection, I am in no way responsible.