Very interesting I like the look and feel of the tileset!
Japan RPG Tileset Pack
A downloadable asset pack
This is an expansion pack for the Time Fantasy RPG assets. The assets in this pack will fit with all of my graphics in this style.
- Exterior tiles:
- Bamboo forest, dragon statues, torii gates, lanterns, bonsai trees, koi pond, japanese-style homes and castles, banners, fences, and more!
- Interior tiles:
- Tatami mat flooring, butsudan shrines, irori (indoor fire pit), daisho stands, decorative swords, buddha statues, masks, kimonos and samurai armor, traditional tables with tea set, seating cushions, beds, and more!
- Animated Japanese-style sliding doors
- 8 new character sprites in Japanese-style clothing
- Samurai and Ninja sprites with side-view battlers
- Monk sprites and battler (originally released as a freebie on timefantasy.net).
- Fish swimming sprites (originally released on patreon).
This pack includes versions of all graphics formatted for use in RPGMaker VX/Ace and RPGMaker MV, as well as a base sheet based on a 16x16 grid.
These assets are made to fit with the other Time Fantasy asset packs:
- Character Sprites
- Fantasy Tileset pack
- Monsters Sprites
- Winter Tiles Expansion
- Dwarves vs Elves Sprite Pack
- Animals Sprite Pack
- Farm and Fort Tiles (and Icons)
- Future Fantasy (Modern/Sci Fi)
Check out my website at timefantasy.net for updates and freebies.
To help fund more releases like this one, check out my Patreon page (there's a lot of graphics to download too!): patreon.com/finalbossblues
In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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THANK YOU for making this.
Funny thing. I started working on a game with a Japanese fantasy setting using your TF tileset not that long ago (about a month ago). But work quickly came to a halt when I realized I needed time to make some custom tiles to make it more "japan". Now you've eliminated that problem for me.
The timing couldn't have been better, simply amazing. And the tiles are beautiful. As someone who actually lives in Japan, I gotta give it to you, you managed to make more or less everything that's typically needed. Even got the "Buddhist altars" in there (bonus points)!
Only ting I missed was a few more weapons to place as decorations in dojos, besides the katanas. Something like a naginata (japanese spears) hanging on the wall could've been cool. But I guess I can make those myself. ;) You've eliminated so much work for me already.