A downloadable asset pack

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A complete Pixel Art Assets pack to build  a game platformer game out of the box.


  • 3 Layer parallax Background
  • A complete Tileset at 16x16 pixels Tiles to build your levels
  • Lots of Different Props/Items/fx to decorate the scene
  • 8  Different animations for your main character
  • run_shoot, run, idle, jump, hurt, hang, crouch and cling to walls
  • 4 different animated enemies
  • Playable demo code included made with Godot Engine

You may use these assets in personal or commercial projects. You may modify these assets to suit your needs. 

Credit is not required but appreciated it.

Music by Pascal Belisle


Music License
You are free to use the music in your projects as long as you give appropriate credit.


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Tags2D, art-assets, art-pack, assets, metroid, Metroidvania, pixel, Pixel Art, Space


Buy Now$30.00 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $30 USD. You will get access to the following files:

warped space station files.zip 751 kB
Godot project - space station.zip 8 MB

Download demo

windows.zip 14 MB
mac.zip 18 MB


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I'm trying to use these in Unity with tilemap to make my scenario but I found it difficult to use since the tiles are not power of 2, I'm not expert on this, can you guide me on how to proper use these assets in a tilemap? Thanks

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Do a Cyberpunk tileset like this based on the detective.

Gran trabajo eres genial

Gracias por el cumplido!

Great job with the tileset!

Thank you!

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Muchas Gracias por tu apoyo realmente lo aprecio!

Looks amazing as always, Luis! Thanks so much! TBH I was really hoping you'd do a Metroid: Fusion-y space station set!

What's your opinion of Godot Engine, if you don't mind my asking? I'm used to Unity right now and that seems like a nice open-source alternative.


I have used unity and Godot is by far a superior option in my  humble opinion.