Some examples of Terrain Hex Tiles, so you can perhaps understand how the graphic engine works....

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Comment by Nick on May 25, 2008 at 11:32am
No, I do not have different tiles to represent the different seasons ... for the moment, Given the amount of work involved,I have not represented graphically the different seasons ...., but may be subsequently ...
Comment by Edgar Gallego on May 25, 2008 at 10:59am
the coastal hexes are a base tile + a coastal tile with transparency. A good idea, less tiles to get the same results.

I suppose that the hex where your mouse is pointing in the map is a transparent tile, with a red bordered hex.

Have you thought in weather and seasoned tiles? tiles like the coastal one with mud, snow, etc., calid and cold colours to represent summer and winter?

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