No, the description does not say that. It seems like English might not be your first language, so sorry that you got confused.
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Yes, that's what they are for. Go ahead and use them without worries. The only thing that you can't do is directly redistribute, but if you'e using them for a game project that's fine,. Good luck with your project :)
Sounds like something you'd need to figure out within RPGMaker. Maybe there's a way to change the tileset if you cross a boundary, or maybe there's some script that allows for z-depth. good luck
tileA4 is specifically in an rpgmaker format, so you might need to do some work to get it working nicely in another engine. on the other hand, tileA5 is a regular tile sheet with single tiles and should work without any special formatting. thanks!
If you're not using RPG Maker, then you need to buy the assets here on itch.io where they have an open license. The ones sold via Steam have a special discount because the license is limited to RPGMaker only. Thanks!
If it's just for a demo or something that should be fine, but if you are planning to distribute them with an engine then that isn't allowed. If you're able to encrypt the graphics that would be preferable, so people can't rip them from your project for their own use. If you have some more specific needs send me an email and we'll see. Thanks
I haven't used Godot so I don't know if it requires any specific formats, but my tiles packs will usually also include a regular master tileset for general use in any engine, in addition to the RPGMaker formats. Thanks
Some have full 4-dir walk cycles, those are the the characters designed for this pack. Others only special animations are included here, because it's an expansion- they have full walk animations in the original characters set.
Not for this set, since they weren't originally planned to work that way. I do have plans to make something new that will work in all 4-directions though, it will be my project later this summer. Thanks