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At the moment this page uses hex for W-E hex. sides (portrait) and iso-hex for N-S hex. sides (landscape).

Download a TilesetEdit

Tilesets made for the latest stable version, 2.5.5, are not compatible with versions 2.3 (or earlier) and 2.5 (or later). The following lists do not cover newer tilesets already available in Modpacks for 2.3 or later versions.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Included with 2.0

Installing a TilesetEdit

Freeciv looks for a file called <tileset>.tilespec somewhere in your Freeciv data path. That tilespec file contains information telling Freeciv which graphics files to use, and what those graphics files contain.

So, to install a tileset you just need to download it and unpack it somewhere inside the path. The best places to put a tileset are in the installation data directory (with the other tilesets) or in the ~/.freeciv/ directory (on multi-user systems like Linux, Windows XP or Mac OS X).

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Selecting a TilesetEdit

To use different tilesets with Freeciv, use the --tiles argument to the Freeciv client. For instance, to use the trident tileset, start the (gtk3) client with:

   freeciv-gtk3 --tiles trident

You may also change tileset in-game through the client options dialog.

Editing a TilesetEdit

See editing tilesets.

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