Intro ==== These are the Ruined Roundabout Tiles for my City Streets Tiles. I wanted a way to display monuments or vegetation in my city games of fallout or infinity like the awesome [Lord Todd Howard Statue](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4610931) by rob_jedi for Fallout Wasteland Warefare.
This set contains two base roundabout stls. A roundabout with a level concrete square pattern that matches the rest of the City Streets Tiles. The second file has a recessed hole for filling with dirt or one of the inserts so you can swap out different set staging without having the reprint and paint the base roundabout.
[For the non-ruined version click here](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4629743)
Available Ruined Sets ==== Below is a list of all the different ruined tile sets (click the link to be taken to that set):
* [Sidewalks](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4625109) -- These are just sidewalk pieces with no curb. There are some with edges though who prefer the look. * [Roundabout](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4629750) -- Roundabouts, one that's normal and one that's recessed for foliage or swappable inserts.
How the tiles work ===
Each tile type but the core Sidewalk set have regular tiles and tiles with Ramps that are used for cross walks. The Straight and Corner curbs have ramps that go along one of the edges with the Square Corner Curb tiles having the option of either ↑ or → either in the outer square or inner square. There is one Square Corner tile with two ramps in the outer squares but not one with two in the inside squares as I didn't like the look of it.
The round corner only has one ramp tile direction which is at the center of the corner itself going ↗. It's a wide ramp that mirrors many modern crosswalks that have just one ramp that can be approached at different directions.
The Straight and Square Corner Curb tiles also have a half ramp (e→) at the very edge of one side and require two tiles to make a full ramp. These were created with the intention of using with the medians but there's no reason you have to use it this way.
Medians are roughly 1/3 tile widths originally designed for making room for cars, buses or a tram. They all have ramps at multiple directions (except straight curb) to allow for some interesting designs.
The Widen/Narrow Curb tile allows for you to transition between the regular tile size and the medians. They allow for you to add bus stops, parking and other interesting features and have a version with a ramp (→) similar to the Straight Curb.
I don't provide mirrored versions of the curb where needed for cross walks/ramps. _You will need to mirror some of the tiles in your slicer to get the full use out of these tiles._