Amazing. Love the style.
Retro Lines - 16x16 Platformer Assets
A downloadable asset pack
Retro Lines is a stylized 16x16 platformer asset pack with hundreds of unique tiles, an animated player, and enemies.
Feel free to use these in commercial projects, and to modify the tiles as you wish. Credit is greatly appreciated.
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|Made with||LÖVE, Aseprite, Tiled, Godot, GIMP, Krita|
|Tags||2D, Abstract, Experimental, Minimalist, Neon, Pixel Art, Retro, Tilemap based tools, Tileset|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal|
|Average session||Days or more|
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- JumpingMar 19, 2020
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Great asset pack! We used this in our falling game jam game, Pitfall Panic - https://quietbenchzen.itch.io/pitfallpanic .
I really liked the enemies, I wish I had time to use more of them; I had plans to also use the snake, scorpion, and mosquito but I decided to spend time on other features.
Thank you for this, i like your style
Thank you for sharing. I saw this after looking at the beautiful Paper Pixels pack. Love the colors in this one.
I wrote an article about Why Do Indie Games Use Pixel Art. In it I included your image, credit to you and a link that redirects back to this page.
If you don't desire to have the image or link included please notify me and I will remove it immediately.
hello. I really enjoyed you art. I want to use it on a project. can you add more biomes, other enemies and maybe some itens, like coins and hearts and anything else? would be great! thanks and congrats.
I can use commercial project as free?
Hey just wanted to let you know I used your sprite sheet for a tutorial video in Unity!
This is such a fun style. I love it!
Awesome this is cool, I will used this asset for my project :)
If you want share the project when you finish it.
Really cool style
I might draw a lot of inspiration from your work. GG.
I really like the style nice job on this one dude.