What program do you use to put the tiles together and build your level?
2D Isometric Starter Standard Kit +.svg
A downloadable asset pack
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This Package comes with more than 9660 tiles.
(483 unique tiles * 5 color versions * 4 styles = 9660 tiles.)
(Blocks, Water tiles (animation), trees, crystals, rocks, flowers, and much more!)
There 4 different styles and also 5 color variations of each tile.
I've prepared 4 rendered .png versions (0.5x, 0.75x, 1x and 2x) but there's also a svg * version of each file. This means you can scale it up without loss of quality (vector graphics).
Dimensions (Grass Block):
0.50x = ca. 105px * 100px
0.75x = ca. 160px * 155px
1.00x = ca. 215px * 105px
2.00x = ca. 430px * 410px
.svg = any size * any size
* .svg is sadly only for "comic", "comic-extreme" and "flat" available. All other styles are just .png files, because of their half vector and raster format.
If you need more styles, check out my styles+ pack:
- Update 1.2 - Water Update is released!
- Update 1.3 - Style Update is released!
More updates for this package will follow.
There's much more planned - be prepared for the absolut isometric madness!
In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $23.94 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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You could use it in Unity or UE4 but also tile mapping via Gimp, Photoshop, Inkscape or similar programs are totally fine.
I think it depends on you, which way you prefer to set up your game.
hi! i love this assets very much, is there any characters and monsters that mathes this assets? thank you for reply
I've created some Creature / Monster asset packs (animated and with no animation). ;)
Just go to my portfolio here on Itch.io.
the monsters are those bat-like creatures? i think most of them look like each other, i think you can creat some varies from reptiles to flying creature, so that's suitable for games. anyway, can i use this assets in commercial games? thank you!