Welcome to our Overview Page for all tutorials for Mazes 2D Tiles. Below you find all our tutorials
Getting Started with Mazes 2D Tiles. We recommend you start here, as this tutorial has all the information to get you going with this product.
Something doesn't work right? Troubleshooting Mazes 2D Tiles explains the most common problems you can run into, and how to solve them.
To create more unique puzzles, you can also create your own tiles. We have a separate tutorial with the Naming Conventions and how to make your own tiles. The written tutorial uses Adobe Illustrator, but we also have a video on creating square tiles with MS Powerpoint.
If making 18 separate tiles sounds like a chore, our Tile Multiplier Add-On creates extra tiles based on already existing tiles, and we have a separate tutorial on how to use the Tile Multiplier Add-On. We also have a video on using this Add-On to automatically generate isometric tiles from your square tiles, for your isometric mazes.
Speaking of isometric, we have a separate tutorial about creating isometric mazes with Mazes 2D tiles. This discusses the options and challenges that are unique to making isometric mazes.
For Isometric mazes, separate tilesets are used. Because of that, we have a tutorial on how to create isometric tiles with Adobe Illustrator. If text isn't your thing, we also have a video tutorial on how to create isometric tiles.
And if you want to make your puzzles more unique, consider looking at our tutorial on how to use the mask editor for mazes 2D. We also have a video on making shaped mazes with the masks Add-on.