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Horror City - Tile Pack
A downloadable asset pack
Welcome to Horror City. Experience a selection of urban locales on the verge of apocalyptic collapse with the Horror City Tile Pack! Featuring extensive exterior and interior tiles, objects and more, this pack has everything you need to create a truly terrifying city in a 90s inspired retro style. Walk the dark and dirty streets, past the crashed cars and filthy dumpsters, beneath the street lamps and high-rises - check out a large variety of interior environments including busted apartments, sleek office spaces, creepy industrial locations and more, all lovingly created in my POP! graphic style. Featuring classic
Survival Horror inspired designs for a throwback 90s vibe!
To get you started this pack also includes a selection of 16 NPC sprites, fully animated with 4 directional movement, as well as a selection of Winter Holiday tiles including snow covered exterior tiles and holiday decorations.
This asset pack includes:
- Ground and wall tiles - plus Auto-tile compatible versions. Over 50 different wall types!
- Ten sheets of various objects including beds, car wrecks, street signs, sofas, desks, computers, bathrooms, TVs, dumpsters, stairs, windows, snowmen, holiday decorations, bloody stains, dirt, detritus and more!
- A selection of animated doors
- Sixteen full 4-Direction animated NPC sprites
Arranged in both 16x16 and 'plug and play' 32x32 RPG Maker VX Ace versions for ease of use.
Now includes 48x48 RPG Maker MV versions at no extra cost!
The perfect companion to my Horror City Sprite Packs, these tilesets are full of character and possibilities!
As is the case with all of my asset packs available on itch, this pack is Royalty Free and usable in any engine without limitation - all I ask is that if you have credits, to please pop my handle [VexedEnigma/PixelJustice] or name [D Machin] in there!
Please note: Some of the graphics contained in this pack have previously been made available as part of my POP! Horror City graphic packs for RPG Maker, available on Steam and via the official RPG Maker Web store - however, this is the first time these graphics are available as part of a Non-RPG Maker license, allowing them to be used in any game creation engine you like!
In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $19.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Just bought the whole lot. Hard to find quality resources for RPG Maker MV. Excellent work.
Hello! I love your work!! I am having trouble using these in gamemaker studio 2 as i do not know what order to use them in to auto tile maybe you can help me??
Hello! The set over on RMWEB doesn't have those snow and christmas decors. Is there a chance for you to release an MV version of this tileset including the snow and christmas decors?
Great pack, thumbs up from me and I keep my fingers crossed to see this series growing. Btw. thanks for updating this pack, that was a very nice surprise after I bought this for the extended license. CHEERS!
how to scale for rpg maker mv?
Does this contain all the same stuff as the steam rpgmaker version, or is there more? Is this just the same thing but with a general license?
Are there more stuff in this than on the one on steam?
Hey Leonardo. The short answer is, yes you would need to purchase a new license to use these assets in Game Maker Studio.
The reason for this, and the longer answer, is that as standard all resource packs sold on rpgmaker.web only come with a license that allows use within RPG Maker engines. This isn't a policy I have chosen, but rather the way that selling content on that site works. They sell a specific game creation engine and as such, do not as standard endorse, support or offer licenses for any other engine, such as Game Maker Studio, Construct, Unity etc.
The fact that the license you bought is only for RPG Maker engines should have been clearly posted on the page where you made your purchase and is definitely written up in the included EULA and license files provided with the asset pack. I'm really sorry for any inconvenience.
All my best.