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Eastern role-playing video games are role-playing video games developed in East Asia, including Japan, South Korea, and, to a lesser extent, China.

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Pixel Art

Pixel Art refers to the charming, simplistic, retro/renaissance style of very-low-resolution graphics, such as from the 1977-1995 Atari, GameBoy, & Super Nintendo (SNES) eras.

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16x16 pixel dungeon tileset + two fully animated sample characters
Eight fully animated pixel art creatures
709 interior themed tiles (32x32 in size) for use in your project!
Over 1000 SNES-style pixel fantasy icons!
Modern Horror RPG Sprites!
387 static tiles (32x32 in size) + 25 animations for use in your project!
Over 500 16x16 tiles.
A cozy log cabin tileset for an RPG or adventure game.
Tile pack for RMMV and RMMZ: 48x48 tiles for building unique modern cities.
131 different 32x32 icons for fantasy RPGs that are compatible for use in RPG Maker MV!
A fully featured RPG forest, including hills, rocks, and animated water.
19 animated character sprites (32x32 in size) including a character template for use in your game!
Engine free tileset and characters, formatted to work with RPG Maker 2k3, VX/A and MV!
More Modern Horror RPG Sprites!
Forest Horror Tiles!
Modern Horror Tiles!
24 unique monster sprites for a side-view turn-based JRPG-style battle system.
A small tileset for setting up camp, including two animated campfires.
Base sprites for the Mythril Age graphics!
10 Town NPC Sprites in the Mythril Age style.
Top Down Forest Assets in Pixel Art
564 static tiles (32x32 in size) + animations for use in your project!
176 unique pixel art potion sprites for your RPG or adventure game.
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