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Tiny Fantasy Tileset
A downloadable asset pack
Tiny Fantasy is a low resolution tileset ideal for creating an RPG.
The primary design goals have been charm, speed and ease of use.
The tile resolution is 8x8px making it extremely fast to create content for and expand on. Tile transitions are kept to a minimum, usually 1 tile per terrain-type, making it very easy to use as well as lending it a heavy retro aesthetic.
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- Tileset as a spritesheet in PNG format
- Sample image showing possible use of the tiles.
Terrain types (static):
- Grass & dry grass
- Desert & Beach
- Snow terrain
- Trees: Pines, oaks, birch, snow-covered pines and dead trees
- Mountains set A
- Mountains set B
- Rivers (horizontal and vertical tiles are animated)
- Waterfall (animated)
- Water (animated)
Plus quite a few decoration tiles like smaller trees, rocks, crops etc.
Town and interactables
- Small village & small village alt
- Town / Military encampment
- Large town
- Castle ruins
- Desert village (animated)
- Torch, two different versions (animated)
- Airship (animated)
Walk down, left and up
Walk down, left and up
- A spiffy logo!
You may use this asset pack in both free and commercial projects. You can modify it after your own needs. You may not redistribute it, resell it or use them in any printed media or physical products.
In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $10 USD. You will get access to the following files:
- Update 0.3 - A spiffy new logo!Oct 29, 2022
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This looks really good. Especially those snowy mountains, very impressive!
Hej @itchabop, your 8x8 tilesets look amazing, but the tiny fantasy and RTS look pretty similar and I can't decide which one to buy. Are both still updated? Will there be maybe a package with both in the future?
Hey Juumixx! Glad you like 'em. Yes, they share the same base when it comes to the tiles, tinyFantasy has a bit more variety with more treetypes and mountaintypes as well as a tileable waterfall. But the biggest difference is in the included sprites - with Tiny RTS you get unit sprites (wider set of animations) and buildings more geared towards an RTS and with TinyFantasy you get main character sprites instead as well as buildings more geared towards an RPG, like castles, towns, villages etc. But either set could be used for anything of course. Both are still updated, I don't think I'll package both together at any point, but I bundle my packs up at a discount quite often if you still feel that you have use for both.
Very good looking assets mate!
Hej fungerar denna i rpg maker mz?