Hi, I have purchased several of your products and I think they are great. I have a question, how do I do the lighting of the torch? I got the animations but I don't know how to make those illuminations. Thank you very much
Crypt 16x16 Pixelart Tileset - Rogue Adventure
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Rogue Adventure is a pixel art asset pack that is inspired by games such as Dark Souls and Diablo, with dark themes and colors. Rogue Adventure features multiple asset packs with different themes that makes possible to create complete games and worlds.
Rogue Adventure features thousands of animated tiles, It is highly recommended that you get Rogue Adventure on Unity Asset Store if you are a Unity user, the package comes with everything configured and that can save you days or even weeks of work.
- Crypt tiles for your game!
- over 600 tiles!
- over 100 animated tiles!
- Animated torches!
- Animated candles!
- Animated health pools!
- Multiple type of walls!
- Multiple type of grounds!
- Variation of colors!
- Lots of props to create your Crypt!
- Usable on any engine!
- 3 sizes 16x16, 32x32, 48x48!
- Ready to use on RPG Maker!
- .PNG sprite sheets!
- You are free to use, personal or commercial projects.
- You can edit/modify to fit your game.
- Credits to ElvGames.
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- 22.08.21 - Added trailer!Aug 21, 2022
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I think that depends on the engine you use, I use Game Maker for these, I make a dark surface to create the lights with white globes.
I am dumb, bought them all and cannot get them in the right spots...wahh
I think it depends on how each engine works hahaha
but if it is rpg maker should be copy and paste
Stunningly beautiful. I don't think I have a need for it (at the moment at least) but it looks amazing. What color palette did you use by the way?