A downloadable Various Environments

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Multi Platformer Tileset is a pack of various environmental assets ready to use in your side-scrolling games. Each environment includes a terrain tileset, prop assets and layered parallax backgrounds. Some of them have animations. All assets were made to fit really well in any level design you want.

The images were made using Pico-8 palette (16 colors) using a grid of 16 x 16 px. Some assets have more than 1x1 grid. All assets are in .PNG lossless format and works with almost all existing game creation tools.

It uses the CC0 license (Creative Commons Zero), so you can use it for your personal/commercial projects. There is no need to credit back, but it will be greatly appreciated.

NOTE: The free tileset is an old version of the Grassland environment, as it was revamped. If you like it, consider to get the paid version.


  • (Updated) Grassland: 149 assets
  • (Updated) Dungeon: 147 assets
  • (Updated) Desert: 142 assets
  • (Updated) Snowland: 138 assets
  • (Updated) Stronghold: 132 assets
  • (New) Cave: 132 assets

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(30 total ratings)
Tags2D, artgame, assets, Backgrounds, parallax, Pixel Art, Side Scroller, Sprites, Tileset
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal
Average sessionDays or more
LinksTwitter, Website, Blog


Buy Now$2.99 USD or more

In order to download this Various Environments you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Multi Platformer Tileset.zip 389 kB

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Free Old Tileset 41 kB

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hi can this be used in commercial uses?


Yes, of course.


I bought this and would also buy a top-down version to use in 16x16 tile based RPG

Thanks for your compliments! :D

About a top-down version, I think about it. It could be something to do in the future.


I really would like to see some enemys or a player. Also common stuff like coins or power-ups, etc would be cool! :)


Thanks for your feedback :)

I tested to make icons, symbols and objects to the packages since the beginning and I made some too, but I decide to only focus on environments tilesets instead.

In the future, after I made more environments, I will think about it.