In general, this texture pack should work with any version of Terraria. Newer textures will not be "high resolution" but the game should work properly.This 184.108.40.206 version, Will it work with 220.127.116.11 or need to be updated?
I sure will. Actually i started playing Terraria again a few weeks ago because i got too excited about a new similar game called "it lurks below" (but sadly that's only in closed beta state now).Will you update this pack to 1.3.6 when that releases?
Do you have a screenshot about those "stitched" tiles? Or more detailed info what should i look for? I haven't noticed anything unusual.Hey, I have some suggestions for things you could fix with your texture pack. Certain tiles seem as though they are 'stitched' together, which is something that the vanilla textures do not exhibit. What I mean is that textures such as grandfather clocks, chests, platforms, minecart rails, glass walls, etc. (pretty much any tile that can be meshed together with other tiles, and also objects such as furnaces and grandfather clocks that are made up of multiple tiles. If you could do something to eliminate, or at least tidy up these borders, that would be great!
EDIT: I have one more suggestion for the next version. Perhaps you could start including some 'HD' versions of some older Terraria textures. I have some linked below.
You have a tool to create XNB textures? Would you mind linking? And yes, I will update this comment with some screenshots of stitched tiles.Do you have a screenshot about those "stitched" tiles? Or more detailed info what should i look for? I haven't noticed anything unusual.
My tool can be used to turn custom textures into HD, but i think it's more useful to keep the texture packs separated.
Alright, will you be working on it in the future? Alternatively, you could always create a separate download on this thread for 'old Terraria textures', or something like that. It could be an add-on to the original pack.I mean the tool i'm using to create my texture pack. The github link is in the first comment. I spent some time to try to make it work on Windows, but haven't finished yet.
I've added a `win` branch in the github repo: https://github.com/sullerandras/terraria-hd-textures/tree/winAlright, will you be working on it in the future? Alternatively, you could always create a separate download on this thread for 'old Terraria textures', or something like that. It could be an add-on to the original pack.
Thank you for adding that branch.I've added a `win` branch in the github repo: https://github.com/sullerandras/terraria-hd-textures/tree/win
Let me know how it works in case you try it.
What are the "old Terraria textures"?
Thanks. Now i understand why you called them "old Terraria textures". Indeed it would make sense to include those as an additional download option. I can do that if you have those old textures (i found no option in Steam to revert Terraria to older version).As for the old Terraria textures, it refers to the textures in Terraria that have had updated sprites in the past. For example, the sun got a re-sprite in update 1.2, and the old pre-1.2 texture is what I would consider to be an old Terraria texture. Another example is the piggy bank, which was re-sprited in update 1.3.1.