How to Contribute
Licensing[edit | edit source]
Posting any contributions (explicitly described as such) to this game on this web forum is a tacit acceptance of the fact that you are placing them under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International or any later version. You maintain your own full rights to the contributions, and may continue to do whatever you, the owner, wish to do with them, but you have given us the right to use them under the limitations of the CC BY-SA 4.0. You can read the details of the Creative Commons license here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
Roadmap[edit | edit source]
The Roadmap has our overall plan for the Tuxemon project, and could be a useful reference.
Monsters[edit | edit source]
The meat of the Tuxemon project is its monsters! You can design a monster and submit it to the project by drawing or painting it or by creating pixel art for it (called a "sprite") - or both!
See Creating Creatures for more.
You can also help us out by adding to existing monsters - mostly by creating pixel art for them if they are missing particular sprites.
See Completing Creatures for more.
Trainers and Items[edit | edit source]
Design, Art and Sprites[edit | edit source]
Maps[edit | edit source]
- Maps - the world the player walks around in
- Map Events - the events and stories that take place in the game
Music and Sound Effects[edit | edit source]
Writing[edit | edit source]
Programming[edit | edit source]
- Artificial Intelligence - how to create and modify AI behavior
- Code Contributions
- Game Data
- Debug Console