Free Tileset - Infernus

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As a huge thank-you for all of the support, I have created a new set of completely free tiles that mix and match perfectly with all of the other assets and materials currently being made.

Infernus is a tileset with well over 600 pieces. Created blasted hellscapes and nefarious daemonic chambers, or mix and match with other PVGames assets to create anything you can think up.

The resources contained in this free set can be freely mixed and matched with resources from the PVGames 2.5D resources, older asset packs like the Medieval assets, and upcoming packs (
you can find more here) to exponentially expand your game world!


FEATURES for the Infernus Tileset:

  • Over 600 tiles.
  • A number of animated pieces for various light sources (lanterns, candles, candelabras, etc).
  • Modular building pieces that can be mixed and matched with each other and any other PVGames 2.5D resource. Build anything you want!




Screenshots:
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Let me know if you have any questions!

Enjoy!

-Jesse
 

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