Dark Platformer Set2
Pixel Art Assets to easy build own level with all elements what you need.
- 2 Layer parallax Background
- Background tiles
- Easy Tileset at 32x32 pixels
- Flexible tiles to use
- Decorative objects
- All animation with spritesheet
- Animated objects:
License for Everyone.
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I just bought this bundle! Looks amazing. Thanks for doing this on 32x32.
By the way, I read in one of your comments that you were running out of ideas for new tiles. If it helps, I think a tileset similar to this but with a cyberpunk atmosphere where you see the neon signs and buildings in the background it would be awesome.
Also maybe releasing sprites that match well with these tilesets would help us the programmers. (having to pay extra for that)
Thanks for your hard work. Your collection is definitely the best you can find out there.
love these 2 dark sets, are you planning on adding more sets like this?
This is a really beautiful set of art. I could really use some notes or information about how the tiles are structured. Aside from reverse engineering your example pictures, I have no idea how the tiles are supposed to be stitched together.
32x32 tiles divided into layers, you can easily create a map, everything is organized in a simple way to use.
Hi Szadi, I understand that it's 32x32 and the layers are logical. I guess what I should have said is that it would be useful to have a scene/map (like a Tilemap tmx file or something) that would show how the individual tiles snap together. It's taking me some time to put a scene together because many of the tiles look similar and I've been going with trial and error.
I'm only suggesting you share a sample scene so that I can reference it in a program like Tilemap or something. Thanks.
Yes, I had the same problem with other tilesets. Having some sample scenes separated by layers would help. I use the samples that he posts here, but sometimes it's complicated to distinguish the tiles with all the layers together.