With a Texture Atlas that has 128x128 tiles, how can I use that in Unity3D?

So I've got a working texture atlas that has tiles fitting 128x128. However, I can't quite figure out how to use them. I know it's probably got something to do with

TileRenderer.material.SetTextureScale("_MainTex", new Vector2(0.25f, 0.25f));
TileRenderer.material.SetTextureOffset("_MainTex", new Vector2(0 * 0.25f,0));

but I'm not sure where to take it from there. Can anyone offer some advice? The size of the image is 1024x128 if that helps, which I think it might.

You are creating a rectangular "viewport".
The first line sets the width and height of the rectangle.
The second line translates it to the correct tile.

If all of your tiles are 128 wide and the texture is 1024 wide then each tile is 128/1024=0.125=12.5% of the overall width and 128/128=1.00=100% of the overall height. You can think of this as applying a "world matrix" to a unit square. You scale it down to the size of an individual tile, then move it to the correct tile.

(0,0):(1,1) * (0.125, 1) = (0,0):(0.125, 1) -Scale to tile-sized
(0,0):(0.125, 1) + (x * 0.125, 0) -Move to correct tile

The counter-intuitive part is that 1,1 is always the lower-left corner of the texture, regardless of it's dimensions. That means you can modify the texture any way you'd like without having to mess with the UV's again, as long as the new texture is divided into the same number of tiles. Increasing the input texture's resolution increases the resolution of the final tile rendering by cramming more pixels into the same "viewport" (0,0):(0.125,1).
In other words, an 1/8th of twice as many pixels is twice as many pixels 