If this is your first time using this asset then it is recommend you start out by checking out the dem scene. Load it and start generating some worlds.
The magic happens in the game object TycoonTerrain -> World
You'll notice that you can set world size in the game view. There are a few more settings to play around with that are hidden from the user though.
You find these by looking in the World Behaviour-component of World and expanding the field "World Data".
The value that affects the heights of the world map most is:
Gives further control over how much hills you would like.
How many trees a world has.
Any other value in between will affect the cahance of a tree growing in a tile.
How high the water surface is.
Number of seconds for grass in a tile to grow back after terraforming.
After having played around with these values and generating a few worlds you should check the code in the class "WorldBehaviour" and read up a bit on the
class description and read some of the comments to get a feel for how it works, depending on what you want to do.
If you want to get started making new buildings (most likely I guess..) you should at least read the description comment of the field "buildingTypes" to get an understanding of how to make more types of buildings.
There's a content creator who calls himself "eracoon" who has made some great free assets that will go great with this engine (roads and buildings are actually made by him).
Here are som links to his creations:
He also has some stuff up on asset store if these are not enough:
I'd also like to mention Kenney, some of his free assets have been used in this asset (trees and GUI)
Kenny at Open Game Art
When you've successfully managed to add some buildings to the game you're pretty much set to go!
Have as much fun using this as I had making it!
Viking Development Crew