This document was created by TAPgiles, based on Media Molecule's icons page, with added features to help people find the icon that works best for them. It features all dreams icons available to use in text gadgets, gadget names, comments, titles, and descriptions. You can find more of TAP’s content through TAPgiles.com, including full Dreams Documentation with video references.
To use an icon, be sure to use the angle brackets on either side of the shortcut name.
For example, to show the "duashock" icon, type
Each shortcut name below remind you of this by showing the angle brackets.
The name of the icon is shown, as well as an added description, allowing the page to be searched for whatever keyword you're looking for as a starting point for tracking down one that's right for what you need it for.
There are also a few special features of this document designed to make it easy to find the icon you're looking for, but also to find related icons. First, there are links to related icons. These are colour-coded: For any given icon, blue links lead to other icons this icon. Purple for other icons that this is a of. And green for other icons that this is a of. And the links have a colour-coded background if this icon is by another icon, is a of another icon, or another icon is a of this icon.
These linked icons are previewed next to the icon in question, letting you scroll through them all and see at a glance what icons are similar that may fit what you are looking for better. Clicking on such an icon will take you to it.
At the end of the regular icons is a set of special icons, called "stubs."
You cannot use these icons in Dreams, as they are not actually part of the
icon set at all. However, they are shapes etc. that appear in a number of other icons.
For example, you cannot use use the "stick figure person" shape by itself.
But if you wanted to see all the icons that contain that shape,
you could go to the stub
and look through the list of related icons to find one that may suit