Lava Cave – Platformer Tileset
A royalty free set of vector game assets containing ground tiles and several items / objects / decorations, used for creating platformer games.
Suitable for action or adventure platformer games with an underground, cave, lava, mine, and or similar themes.
- 70 tiles
- 40++ objects from door, ladder, collectibles, crates, etc.
- 4 animated objects: chest, fireball, torch
- Scrolling background
- Full vector, so you can scale it at any size, without losing it’s quality. Also fully customizable.
- File included: CorelDraw CDR, Adobe Illustrator AI, EPS, and PNG
- 128×128 px and 256×256 px separate PNG tiles added (non-tile object’s size also adjusted). Big enough for HD games, and should be easier to resize them to lower resolutions.
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- File Formats: PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS| Corel Draw
- Animation Sequences: None
- Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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