- Sep 12, 2016
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Now with character sheets!
I resized and reformatted the tilesets from RPG Maker XP for use in MV a while ago and thought I might as well share them here. As of now, I only upscaled the graphics using the "Fast" method of the RTP Scaler by RyanBram (which can be found here) and rearranged the tiles so that they can be used in RMMV. (Please note that you must own RPG Maker XP in order to use these tiles.)
As you can probably tell from the picture above, the result is by no means perfect - especially the autotiles have some issues - and I won't have time to fix them in the near future. These tiles are meant more as a base for you to work with and less as plug-and-play graphics, although they are ready for use in the engine.
If you don't like the resized tiles and would rather use the 32x32 pixel version of these tiles in MV (with a plugin to change the tilesize), you can find them in the VX Ace thread here.
The zip archive "XP Tilesets for MV" below contains:
- one set of A1 autotiles
- two sets of A2 autotiles (inside and outside)
- one (incomplete) set of A4 autotiles
- one set of A5 ground tiles
- the 50 XP tilesheets reformatted for MV; they can be used in any of the B-E slots. Some of the original tilesheets are split into two MV tilesheets; those are named e.g. XP_to_MV_017-MineTown01a_PixelScaled.png and XP_to_MV_017-MineTown01b_PixelScaled.png, respectively.
There are duplicate tiles between the sheets; if you want to use your tilesets more efficiently, you will need to rearrange some tiles yourself (or wait until I find the time to do it ).
The zip archive "XP Characters for MV" below contains all XP character graphics ready for use in MV (193 sheets, most of them single characters).
You can also download all tilesets and characters at once in the archive "XP Graphics for MV".
Free for commercial and non-commercial use in any RPG Maker engine, as long as you legally own RPG Maker XP. Optimized for MV.
Repost and edit as much as you want, but please link back to this thread if possible.
- Enterbrain for the original tiles
- RyanBram for the scaling tool
You don't need to credit me if you use these graphics, but I won't stop you if you do
Feel free to post here about any issues you have with these tiles. Although I probably won't fix them in the near future, I will write them down in a to-do-list for when I have more time.