New Releases: Japanese Modern Cityscape Tileset, Japanese Four Seasons - Tree Tiles, Ambient Works

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A hearty gobble gobble to all our fans from the US having Thanksgiving, and a hearty "THREE NEW RESOURCE PACKS!" for everyone. It's another release day, let's see what is in store... for the store.


Bring a compact and busy feeling to your cities with the Japanese Modern Cityscape Tileset! Grayfax software’s tileset contains pixel art tiles to help you build a city inspired by modern Japan, with road signs, soda machines, and even a small shrine to help your city look lived in.

Let your players take a break in a small park with swing sets and a bouncy panda between tall buildings, or make a railroad station into your game’s fast travel system. Fences made out of stone, metal, and even plants can keep your players from wandering into people’s yards while still letting them see little details like dog houses or bicycles that show someone really lives there. Certain autotile walls with windows help you build tall apartment buildings or skyscrapers while others are perfect for creating unique two-story houses, giving you ways to break up the monotony of buildings in your cities. The tile sheets with windows also come in three versions so you can choose if the windows are lit or not, perfect for distinguishing between daytime and night on your maps.

Also included are some sprites to help bring some movement to your cities. Keep your streets busy with compact cars and buses, or have some small train cars rattle past on railroad tracks with flashing crossing lights at all the crossroads. Or set up a security camera that turns to keep an eye on things above a convenience store’s glass doors.

MV and MZ sample projects can help you easily set up passability in your game, and give you examples for how to use all the tiles. If you’ve been wanting to give your modern cities a new look, pick up the Japanese Modern Cityscape Tileset!

Purchase now on the Degica Shop or on Steam!


Get ready to create gorgeous forests with Japanese Four Seasons - Tree Tiles! Norakoma has created a pack of tree tiles inspired by those commonly found in Japan, perfect for games that take place in Japan or ones that just call for more tree options as your players explore the world.

14 sheets of big trees offer up tons of variations to turn a simple outdoor map into something stunning. Hide secrets behind thick trunks and let your players walk under arching branches as they explore your forest maps, and decorate a garden with wisteria loaded with beautiful flowers. Build a bamboo forest with two full sheets of towering green stalks and lush canopies, or decorate a riverbank with the long and flowing branches of weeping willows.

The trees also have their own variants based on seasons, so as time passes in your game you can switch out tilesets to match! Turn the lush green of summer leaves to red as the days grow cooler, or let your players know that spring is right around the corner with small pink cherry blossoms appearing on icy branches. There are also a few dying trees that would be a great starting point for a side quest! Can your players bring a town’s centerpiece back to life?

This pack also includes MV and MZ sample projects, so you can copy preset tilesets right into your games and start planting trees right away! If you’ve been wanting to decorate your Japanese-inspired maps with fitting trees or just want some foliage to make your forests stand out, check out Japanese Four Seasons - Tree Tiles today!

Purchase now on the Degica Shop or on Steam!


Have you been looking for a new song for the moment your players discover a ruin full of technological wonders? Or need something different for when they explore an unsettlingly empty shop? Find the right background music for some of your scenes with Ambient Works! This pack’s 13 BGMs blend into your game’s world to help keep your players immersed.

The electronic tracks with solid beats are fitting for any spacefaring sci-fi games, when your players explore the space station’s mall for the first time or just when they’re taking a break on their ship. Give your quiet port an untrustworthy vibe with an echoey guitar and slight background noise that tickles your players’ brains with the thoughts of “something isn’t right here”. Or choose a track with soft marimba-like beats that could slide into any scene where your heroes take a moment in nature to rest and remember why they started their adventure in the first place.

With multiple file formats included for each track, it’s simple to add the songs to your favorite engine. Give Ambient Works a listen today and find the right track for that scene that’s been giving you trouble!

Purchase now on the Degica Shop or on Steam!
 

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That Ambient Works music pack is fantastic! Only bad thing I have to say about it is that I hate the way they've named the files; it's just a combination of numbers.
 

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That's a pretty nice looking and surprisingly accurate tileset for Japanese citys. Might keep an eye on that one.
 

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The modern Japanese city tileset looks pretty good. Love me some urbanization in my RPG Maker projects, also anything train or railroad related is pretty good since I'm a huge railway enthusiast.
 

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I've seen lots of people use this specific thing in their games
 

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