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Handcrafted pixel graphics full of charm

A grand adventure can't be confined to single location. You need fresh air! You need to get from A to B! Let your campaign take place over a grand landscape.

This tileset contains 16x16 pixel tiles for creating overworld style maps.

Contents:

  • Tileset in .PNG format
  • Plains, paths, forests and cliffs with autotile capacity
  • Dynamic mountain ranges
  • Animated rivers, waterfalls, beaches and oceans, including transition tiles
  • Buildings and castle walls
  • Detailed documentation with illustrated examples and tips
  • .TMX & .TSX examples with terrains and animations setup for use with Tiled
  • Unity package with example scene, tile palette & animated tiles preconfigured

V1.2

  • Tropical-themed jungle, trees, rocks, huts and volcano tiles


More in the WONDERDOT RPG Series:

With this series of assets I hope to recreate the magical feeling I had while playing the classic SRPGs of old. For updates, follow on twitter.


Contact: pita.madgwick@gmail.com

License details

Purchase

Buy Now$12.00 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $12 USD. You will get access to the following files:

rpg-overworld-tileset v1.2 (wonderdot).zip 2 MB

Development log

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Hi Pita, this is so gorgeous. I can stare at those screenshots for hours!

Do you plan on expanding this tileset to cover other types of terrains? I'm making a space exploration game so I might even need some alien type of terrains as well, if you take commissions maybe we can reach an agreement to expand it.

You can reach me at tiago.carvalho@purpleorangegames.com

Is it compatible with RPG MAKER MV out of the box?

No, it isn't. Sorry! I need to refresh my memory on what needs to be done, but due to RPG Maker MV's restrictions I think it will need quite a bit of editing to work.

It is easy to adapt, actually! The problem is with me. I don't know how to configure tilesets, unfortunately. You have done a nice job with this one, BTW!

It would fit perfectly to the game we are doing, though.

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Your guide.html file is awesome

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great job!

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Thank you everyone for the nice comments. :>

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Amazing had to grab this! I also wanted to thank you, I really appreciate your technical guides and example files, incredibly useful

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Such a great style! 

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So beautiful ( :

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So excited that this is out! Beautiful work.