A downloadable asset pack for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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The pixel tarot deck includes every card in the tarot deck, major arcana and all four suits of minor arcana. Everything is drawn in a classic 16-bit pixel artstyle.

The individual cards are 48x80 pixels. The files themselves are 58x90 with a transparent bleed.

Also includes a card back and frames for a spinning animation and a well-organized PSD file.

In this pack:

  • all 78 Cards in a Tarot deck
  • individual .PNG files for each card (Major and Minor Arcana)
  • .PNG file for card back
  • .PNG frames for card spin and flash animations
  • organized .PSD file with all cards and animations for use in Adobe Photoshop
Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
Tags16-bit, cards, deck, Pixel Art, Tarot


Buy Now$5.00 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:

pixel_tarot_deck.zip 388 kB


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Love this, just one question, can I print these onto wood and then sell them? or is this against the licence?

Hmm that sounds like a gray area for the redistribution thing. You know for these I think that might be OK because they're kinda separate from my usual RPG assets, so I'll give permission for that kind of thing for the tarot cards specifically. Good luck!

I wanted to use my own sprites for king and queen. I don't understand why it don't have a "blank" card.

Good idea! :thinking:

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Just had to buy these ones after getting the Time Fantasy assets. Love them!

Fantastic! love the style on these <3


Love these. Really small but even when you zoom on them they look good. Worth the money. Thanks.


Having trouble purchasing...I'm getting:

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But it won't open in PayPal.  Any way to fix or add credit card transactions?

I don't know about that. Nothing for me to do if it's a problem with Paypal. Maybe try again later.

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You can do pretty much anything except redistribute the assets directly. Here's the full license:




Thank you so much Jason! You have a very nice eye for art.