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A downloadable tileset asset pack

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Tiny Tales
  is designed for those who want to create a cutesy yet epic adventure scenario for their game. In TT: Overworld, we cover the outdoors and town settings!

This pack Includes:

  • An assortment of terrain autotiles and tilesets, properly formatted and ready for use!
  • Various terrains and vegetation for different climates and moods - such as deserts, snowlands and the classic forest and hills!
  • An assortment of cutesy house tiles, both exterior and interior, with a versatile set of basic decorations to make your interiors unique!
  • Compatible with RPG Maker MV/MZ

License Information

  • You cannot claim ownership of the assets (copyright/IP).
  • Assets can be used both in free and commercial games.
  •  Assets can be modified freely to fit the needs of your game.
  • Redistribution and reselling of the asset files or derivatives as is without permission is strictly forbidden.

Other packs in this collection:

megatiles
StatusReleased
CategoryAssets
Publisher
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(5 total ratings)
AuthorMega Tiles
GenreRole Playing
Made withTiled, RPG Maker
Tags16-bit, 2D, autotile, Pixel Art, Roguelike, RPG Maker, Tilemap, Tileset, Top-Down

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Get this tileset asset pack and 26 more for $39.99 USD
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In order to download this tileset asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $19.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Tiny Tales 2D Overworld 2.0.1 2 MB
Tiny Tales 2D Tileset Asset Pack 2.0 2 MB
Tiny Tales 2D Tileset Asset Pack 352 kB

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Hey, thank you for this super awesome package! I used it for my pre-alpha game : https://dekisenpaitm.itch.io/project-soul

maybe you want to try it :D

Are you planning on releasing more tilemaps like this in a little darker setting like the dungeon thingy?

thank you!

Are this bundles compatible with Unity?

Corrupted file

Hi, one of the files says it is corrupted and can not be expanded.


Thanks!

May I use elements for twitch or youtube stream overlay? 

Asking since it is not necissarily a game.

how do you get grass on the top of the cliffs like you have it in the sample drawing?

What do you use these tileset things with? What application is used to create said maps? Sorry, very new to this

Tilesets are made up of smaller, usually square images or sprites.

This makes the math involved in image rendering software easy.

Basically, tilesets like this one are designed to be usable with anything that is already able to make games.

Ah, okay. Thank you!

very good

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I am LOSING my mind over it being called Tiny Tales. It's sooo cute!!!! So much charm!!! Thanks for joining the Humble Bundle!!!

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Thank you for your kind words! We'll do our best to make sure this line of assets keep growing and improving!

These are great! I'll definitely see about using them :)

Thank you, I'm glad you enjoy this pack!

What size are the tiles?

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16x16 natively, but can easily be resized up to 32x32 or 48x48, so it's rather flexible.

Thanks! This is a great tileset!

Are the climates meant to be different areas or do the tilesets match (meant for seasons) ?

Hi! So, for the most part, they are different areas. But if organized in the same tile index, grassland and snow can definitely match as seasons. Desert is a different story as it has a fairly different cliff texture, meant for more variety rather than matchmaking.

But now that you mention, you just gave me an idea for a future patch of sorts =)

Oh okay! I will keep an eye out! 

Yeah I can see the desert and beach as season-less areas. Would be neat if the main forest/town had winter/summer/autumn tile-sets with matching indexes (would make seasons a breeze coding wise).

Curious to see what the direction you take with it! 

That's something I can definitely look towards in the future, as I consider the first pack the prototype to garner interest and feedback to build a much larger library out of it!