Tangaria’s tileset – 32×32 px colored tileset on 4096×4096 px field, which could hold up to 16384 tiles; it’s based at beautiful David Gervais artwork, with adding a lot of new tiles from other artists who published their work at CC0 or Creative Commons licences.
I made this tileset for Tangaria (online roguelike game), which is powered by PWMAngband. If you would do some tweaking – this tileset could be used with most of *bands. Also you could add it at any other roguelike or grid-based game.
Tileset is published under the Creative Commons licence (I prefer CC0 licence, but as our tileset was initially based at Gervais work which got Creative Commons licence – I obliged to preserve it). You are free to to copy, distribute and transmit those tiles (even commercially) as long as you credit following:
- Tangaria – online roguelike game: http://tangaria.com
- David Gervais – created most of art work: http://pousse.rapiere.free.fr/tome/
- Tangar Igroglaz – tileset designer: http://tangar.info/
- Shtukensia – Tangaria’s leading artist: http://9go.ru
- Powerwyrm – PWMAngband developer: https://powerwyrm.monsite-orange.fr
- Terter – terrain/water transitions
- Ayenes – floors, flowers, windows, paintings: https://deviantart.com/ayene-chan
- Ivan Voirol – grass: https://opengameart.org/users/ivan-voirol
- Refuzzle – birds: https://opengameart.org/users/refuzzle
- Nikkita31 – rocks: https://opengameart.org/users/nikkita31
- Kenny – furniture: http://kenney.nl/
Please note that this list updating as long as tileset getting new tiles! I’ll continue maintaining this tileset, so there would be new versions. I’m adding art only from zero-licence (CC0) or creative-commons works (and also Shtukensia draw tiles by her own). If I forgot to mention someone – please contact me (email@example.com) and I’ll credit you asap!
Package includes .PSD file with hex codes for mapping stuff, so it’s much easier to work with it. Also it includes Tiled setup for drawing maps, PWMAngband files and templates.
I work on this tileset during live streams, so you could check my youtube channels if you interested in ‘process’: