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First Seed Material

A nice and complete set of graphics for low-resolution games. It was originally designed for RPG Maker 2000, but the license does not restrict its use to that software. The site is mostly in Japanese, but all important stuff (the graphic descriptions, the license, etc.) are available in English.

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Great list, thanks for putting it together!

Be careful if you decide to use Spritelib GPL, I was reading the fine print and the licensing is very confusing. The title says GPL, then the description says it's CPL, but then it says that you can't sell it (which goes against the GPL and CPL), and it also says that you can't distribute it in a game dev tool without written permission (also going against the GPL and CPL). Very odd.

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thanks a lot

http://lostgarden.com/2006/02/250-free-handdrawn-textures.html these textures are very beauty!

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http://www.imageafter.com - free photos and textures, can be used for personal and commercial use

http://www.lovetextures.com - textures, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 (although see below)

http://free3dstextures.com - textures, Creative Commons

http://www.openfootage.net - textures, Creative Commons

http://zooboingreview.blogspot.com/ - seamless textures, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0

http://commons.wikimedia.org/ can be a useful source too - obviously less suited for games, but you can be guaranteed it's all under free licences.

http://www.jamendo.com/ - plenty of music under Creative Commons

http://www.freesound.org/ - sounds, Creative Commons

http://free-loops.com - includes many sounds under Creative Commons

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Original post by pinacolada
Be careful if you decide to use Spritelib GPL, I was reading the fine print and the licensing is very confusing. The title says GPL, then the description says it's CPL, but then it says that you can't sell it (which goes against the GPL and CPL), and it also says that you can't distribute it in a game dev tool without written permission (also going against the GPL and CPL). Very odd.
Yeah, I've come across some like this, where they say it's under a free licence, but then elsewhere say something that contradicts the licence. It's very annoying when people do this :( http://www.lovetextures.com which I list above is even worse, it says it's under Creative Commons, but then says "The only exception is that you do not redistribute, sell or host any of the photography" which suggests no distribution is allowed whatsoever (possibly they just mean that they don't want people distributing them as "stock" images, but it's unclear).

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Hi there,

I`m the admin of Reiner`s Tilesets. My webspace has changed. And with that the URL.The link above leads to the subdomain of my ex hoster. And so it becomes invalid in the next days. My new URL is http://www.reinerstilesets.de/

Maybe somebody of the admins can fix the link in the first post so that there is no dead link in the list :)

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