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KR Ruins Kit for RPGs

Available for multiple game engines!

Need a ruined version of one of our tilesets, but there’s no ruins in sight?  Wreck it yourself!  Drop this tileset into your game and stamp rough edges, damage and even fire animations to your heart’s content.  Why wait for us to make a ruined version?  Grab the Ruins Kit tileset for RPG Maker and more!

Check Our Terms of Use for This Tileset

NOTE: This product is designed to work with tilesets in a “painted” rather than “pixelated” style, such as RPG Maker’s default tiles.  If you’re using a strict 8-bit or 16-bit style, this product will probably not work very well with it.  Wandering Souls Asylum, Urban Modern and RPG Maker default tiles not included – you will need your own tileset.

The Ruins Kit includes:

  • Dirt, crack and grunge overlays. 
  • Also included are overlays for walls in RPG Maker format…just copy and paste on your existing walls to age them!
  • Two styles of fog
  • Extra grass and weed autotiles
  • Lots of overgrowth and plants.  Includes large monstera plants that lend a slightly jungle look.
  • Vines you can drape all over the place.  They come in several angles so you can decorate corners, etc.
  • Holes.  Tons of holes, big and small.  Round, angled, corners, some with rocks, some without rocks, some with weeds growing out of them.  They fit tons of situations.
  • Smoke and dirt damage.  These tiles snug into corners or run along ceiling lines, giving extra depth and the appearance of a fire in the past.
  • Many different styles of cracks.  Instantly damage corners and even break out windows.
  • Spiderwebs
  • Dark splatters
  • Blood splatters
  • Graffiti
  • Bones, skulls, and even giant bones and skulls
  • Special upper wall and corner tiles make it easy to give the impression of broken stone.  Just layer them on top of your existing walls.  They automatically add shade and cracks to the underlying tile, aging it with no extra work.

Events and Animations (RPG Maker format, may work with your engine)

  • Is your town in the midst of attack?  Three sets of fire animations might help.  They come in small, medium and large animations, each with four styles. 
  • But you can’t have fire without smoke, so that’s included too, in four styles, plus heavier and thinner versions of the smoke.

The Ruins Kit:

Comes in 48 and 32px

All our tilesets are now available in two tile sizes if applicable – and you get both for one price! Choose what works best for you!

Has High Compatibility

If your game engine supports tilesets of different sizes, it will almost certainly work! Download our compatibility kit to be sure! (We also have a list of engines we’ve already tested.)

It also includes an RPG Maker ready format! (MV/MZ/VX/Ace)

Has Commercial Use Rights

Yes! You can use these tilesets in your game, even if you intend to sell it…and even if the games contain mature themes. See our terms of use for more information.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(7 total ratings)
AuthorKokoro Reflections
GenreRole Playing
Tagsancient, apocalyptic, RPG Maker, ruined, ruins, tiles, Tileset


Buy Now$9.99 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $9.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

ruins-kit.zip 7 MB


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Thanks for making this, I bought it. Very useful as a utility to make maps more interesting.

Thank you, glad it's helpful to you!

Here's a suggestion, request, I would like a tileset to match your fortress from the Brand New Overworld tileset.  I don't know what would match it.  That and that building that is all black from Brand New Overworld.

OK, got it! Thanks!

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General question... Do you think there's any chance you could be convinced to release the objects in your B, C, D, E tilesets as sets of individual small images we can use in our Tiled Map Editor image collections? That would be SO AMAZING.


It's possible.  I've looked at image slicing before but so far haven't found a good workflow for it.

This would help rpgmaker users who use doodad plugins as well, and i would appreciate it.  I have already done it for myself for some of the sets

Me too! I used Atlased. It takes some time, but the result is very good.

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Atlased might work really well!

If you decide to, I'd be incredibly grateful, and more than happy to send you some of the assets I've separated with that program, to save you a tiny bit of time!