Free Pixel Art Grasslands Tileset
A downloadable asset pack
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Hello! This is a free pixel art grasslands tileset. Check out the screenshots on the side for some previews!
Modular terrain pieces give you the freedom and flexibility to create many different level layouts, including slopes for both ceiling and floor. Floating platforms can be created by attaching terrain pieces to midground rock formations, making your levels look realistic while adding a new dimension to gameplay. Layered backgrounds are designed especially with parallax in mind, and loop horizontally. A spritesheet and individual PNGs are included. Check the screenshots for more details!
I have some other assets you might enjoy! They go great with platformer games.
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THIS PACK
- Layered PSD containing the example image
- PNGs of objects (terrain, midground rock formations, backgrounds, etc.)
- Spritesheet with your pick of 2 metadata formats (PNG, JSON/TXT)
- Pyxel Edit file containing the original tileset theme and example image
- A beautiful wallpaper to adorn your desktop
License: Attribution + no reselling the asset itself. Commercial and non-commercial use OK!
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|Tags||Action-Adventure, Action RPG, Fantasy, grass, Metroidvania, pixel, Pixel Art, Side Scroller, Tilemap|
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Unfortunately, Godot doesn’t support arbitrary regions as defined in the JSON, so I’ll have to adjust/remove the padding so tiles all fit on the 16x16 grid.
Do you know how other Godot users handle this? I didn’t check your latest assets, maybe those are fully grid-aligned so there is no problem?
Hey there, glad you enjoy the art!
I'm not a Godot user myself, so I was unaware of the limitation... But yes, my more recent tileset spritesheets are indeed grid-aligned and should be easier to use (example). This tileset's spritesheet was done with an older workflow. I can do an update soon to make the spritesheet format more similar to the new style. Thanks for the feedback and info about Godot!
OK, good to know! In the meantime I realigned the sprites on my own, and extracted the big background (sky, mountains, etc.) as separate sprites since they use a different format than tiles.
could i use this in a game for steam but changed?
Yes, feel free to edit the tileset!
You can sell the edited tileset as part of your Steam game. The license would still apply- no reselling the tileset alone if it's not as part of a game.
awesome as always!
Thank you, glad you enjoy the art!