@Guv_Bubbs - might be a fun challenge... 4x4, 8x8 and 16x16 are probably the most common for tilesets. Some designs will allow for a padding pixel on each side... but generally they are pretty optimized to repeat every 8 pixels.
Thanks @orkn - really appreciate your feedback! I'm trying to balance background tiles with some interesting patterns.
I had some issues importing the png artwork into Pulp... but I'm new to Pulp. Has anyone had some success?
This seems like a weird limitation! Since all tiles are 8x8px, we can just detect a single tile image (8x8) or a tileset (multiples of 8px)... without strict filename conventions? I'm reluctant to add -table-8-8 to every individual png file...
Update: The images I provided assume a light transmitting display (e.g. OLED) so a 'set' pixel is lit (white). I may need to create an inverted tileset, to match the reflective LCD display, so a 'set' pixel is unlit (dark)... that seems to be the Playdate convention?