Download KR’s Compatibility Kit
Not sure if you can use our tilesets in your game? No problem! Download this compatibility kit and give our sample formats a whirl in your game engine. Or see below for a list of what we’ve tested.
Note: Compatibility only takes into account tileset files, not animation formats. Please download the Compatibility Kit to test animations for your game engine.
ENGINES: Good compatibility, not a lot of issues
RPG Maker – (our tilesets are actually designed for this. All others are derivative. Will work with MV, MZ, VX, and VXAce. Other versions are not officially supported. If you know what you’re doing, you can possibly edit the tiles to fit other makers.)
Godot – (moderately easy to implement, creating tilemap was easy, and so was creating tilesets, if a bit tedious. Experienced users probably know shortcuts to do this more quickly. Plugins are available to expedite the process, but we didn’t test them.)
Tiled – (fast and easy to implement. Some tiles behaved strangely on certain types of layers but not others…I’m chalking this up to personal ignorance on how Tiled layers behave.)
Gamemaker – (no known issues)
SRPG – (no known issues)
Unity – (may have to break the tileset into chunks to import, large ones seem to freeze on slicing operations. YMMV. Works otherwise.) UPDATE: Chiodo sent us a recommendation for this plugin to make importing a breeze!
ENGINES: Only somewhat compatible, needs additional work
Wolf RPG – (works, but only if you’re willing to cut the tileset down to fit. Does not properly support alpha, so bush tiles, etc do not render in an attractive way. An experienced user may know how to get around this.)
ENGINES: Unable to confirm but may work
Unreal – (can’t download. HIGHLY likely to work using Paper 2d.)
Tilesetter – (will probably work. I don’t have access to a paid version, but the free version loaded the tilesets without issue.)
Solarus – (got tired of trying to figure out how to properly set the tileset up and quit. Tiles technically loaded. Someone with more patience can probably get it going.)
RPG Paper Maker – (cannot install, it gets stuck in an installer download loop. If anyone can determine compatibility, please let me know and I’ll update this.)
ENGINES: NOT (currently) compatible
EasyRPG (uses 16px tiles, plus its own tileset formatting)
RPG Maker XP and earlier versions. (Multiple reasons)
If you know of another working engine, please let me know your experience and I’ll add it to the list!