* Create maps from images
* View maps as is, export to level format (.tmx) or save as JSON files
* Import tiles from image files or save as JSON
* Load and save tilesets in the image format of your choice
* Edit images from the map canvas or tiles, trim and paint (incl. color fill)
* Export image file formats to JSON, PNG or GIF
* Create image filters from color masks, regions and textures
* Set filters to apply for any given image (for example, every image with a groundblock should be waterlogged)
* Set the global filters, apply them to all images or toggle them in one image, and export
* Full color import support for PNG and GIF, currently supports transparency
* Save all images and tilesets as JSON
ZOME is a free program from the talented Zorlinus Urbanc. Be sure to check out all the other programs that this developer offers at his website.
You can find ZOME on GitHub and in the Mac App Store.
Mac App Store Links:
– ZOME (Lite Version)
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