Super Pixel Plains Tileset
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Welcome to the Super Pixel Plains, the second tileset in my Super Pixel series! This SNES-inspired tileset would be a perfect fit in any platformer, metroidvania, or roguelike. Modular terrain pieces give you the freedom to create many different level layouts, including slopes for both ceiling and floor. Floating platforms can be created by attaching specially-designed terrain pieces to midground rock formations, making your levels look realistic while adding a new dimension to gameplay. Triple-layered backgrounds are designed especially with parallax in mind, and loop horizontally. This tileset also comes with two additional color themes! Check out the screenshots on the side for some extra previews!
Color theme preview:
Parallax scrolling preview:
Curious how it was made? WATCH ME MAKE THIS TILESET >>
- Layered PSD containing the example image
- PNGs of pre-assembled objects/tiles (terrain, midground rock formations, background hills, etc.)
- Spritesheets for each tileset style with your pick of 2 metadata formats (PNG, JSON/TXT)
- Pyxel Edit file containing the original tileset theme and example image
- Three beautiful wallpapers to adorn your desktop
- Total PNGs: 57 (per color theme)
- Tile size: 16x16 terrain, 8x8 midground
- Color count: 23
License: Attribution + no reselling the asset itself. Commercial and non-commercial use OK!
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|Tags||Action-Adventure, Action RPG, Fantasy, Metroidvania, pixel, Pixel Art, Side Scroller, Tilemap, Tileset|
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Trouble with importing to Construct 2 & 3 - importing as 16x16 does not work.
- J. Paradox
Hi there, thanks for the feedback. This is one of my older tilesets and includes a texture atlas + datafile, which is not aligned to a 16x16 grid. The intended use of the texture atlas is to parse the datafile to read the texture coordinates. The individual PNGs can also be used instead. My newer tilesets include a sheet that is grid-aligned and can be sliced by tools like Construct or Unity.
Here's some PNGs of just the tiles, aligned to a 16x16 grid. You should be able to import this into anything that can slice a sheet of 16x16 images. Enjoy!
Oh my god you are just the nicest person out there. Thank you, thank you so much! <3
I'll be sure to join your patreon once I'm able to :D
- J. Paradox
Glad I was able to help! And thank you for the kind words!