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Doodle Rogue is a free hand drawn tileset for making roguelike games and RPGs.

Yes, you can use it for commercial purposes! It's CC BY-ND licensed, so please include a link to this page when you use it.

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The asset pack contains:

  • SVG vector graphic of the tileset.
  • PNG rendered graphic of the tileset at 64px, 128px, and 256px.
  • "extras" HUD graphics in SVG and PNG formats.
  • Instruction PDF for using the tiles in your game.

The tileset includes:

  • 104 background tiles
  • 5 NPC sprites
  • 2 death-state player sprites
  • 8 monster sprites
  • animation alts (2-frame) for sprites
  • 8 sword swoosh effects
  • 3-frame sparkle effect
  • 8 weapons
  • 5 pieces of armour
  • 2 pieces of food
  • 10 magic items
  • 4 potions
  • 6 assorted items
  • chest + opened state
  • 2 signs
  • 2 traps


I started drawing Doodle Rogue as a side project. Then I used the tileset to make a game called Smallest Quest. That helped me figure out which tiles you need to make a roguelike game. After I finished Smallest Quest I came back to the original idea of releasing this as a free tileset, and here we are. It was super fun hand drawing all these tiles and I hope you enjoy using them too.


You can find instructions for using the tileset and other information about palettes, animations etc. in the PDF that is included.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
Tags2D, Hand-drawn, Roguelike, Roguelite, Tileset, Vector


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

DoodleRogue.zip 4.4 MB

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Do you use these tiles in a tilemap? Having trouble using them in godot since it seems they need to overlap to make nice smooth roads, but that requires making a lot of layers

The idea with the roads is you blat those road blobs onto the corner where 4 tiles meet. So yes you need to overlap them.

Really nice! Thanks for the release!