Abandoned Castle -Platform Tileset

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

A collection of handpainted platformer tiles to create dozens of abandoned castle-themed levels. Great for games or apps with a spooky, haunted or downright adventurous theme. Artwork is royalty-free and already exported at various sizes in separate PNG, JPG, and PSD files. This pack include:

  • 2 Backgrounds :3400×2000 pixels.
  • 33 Terrain Tiles
  • 26 Items
  • 5 animated objets (chest, coin, gem,door, apple)

Fully Editable in Photoshop, and easy to modify and re-export if need be.

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  • File Formats: PNG| Adobe Photoshop | JPG (exports at 64x64, 128x128, 256x256 for all images)
  • Animation Sequences: None
  • Artist is For Hire: Maybe.
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