A downloadable terrain asset pack

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Release Date: 15 July 2019

Updated: 16 December 2019

Contents

The Ground Terrain Megapack Vol. 1 contains 203 terrains assets for use in SMILE GAME BUILDER. Also included, for your convenience, are duplicated terrains for stairs and slopes (renamed accordingly).

For a full list of the different types, I've included an SGB Ground Megapack #1 Contents DOC file.

Pack Notes

The contents of each pack uses a specific numbering convention that is designed to integrate with other packs, thus:

  • FLR - Floor
  • GRO - Ground
  • WAL - Wall
  • WTR - Water/Liquid
  • HFP - House Furniture Pack
  • HSP - House Pack

The contents of this pack are only for use with SMILE GAME BUILDER and cannot be used in or as part of other programs (see the Terms of Use below).

Terms of Use

  • You must credit Companion Wulf or RPG Maker Times when using these assets.
  • A link to either this page or the SGB Athanaeum, or any of my social media accounts, is greatly appreciated, though not necessary as long as the proper credit (above) is given.
  • The assets (terrains) in this pack can be used in non-commercial projects and in commercial projects for a nominal donation.
  • You cannot freely distribute or resell this asset pack.
  • You may not reuse or repurpose any of the textures contained in this asset pack, but you may modify them for your projects.
  • You may not use these assets in other engines; they're designed for SMILE GAME BUILDER only.

Payment Notes

The Ground Terrains Megapack Vol. 1 - and other related products - will also available on the Gnome Treasure Store.

The price at Itch.io offsets deductions from Revenue Sharing and PayPal fees. Commercial use is subject to the appropriate Terms & Conditions on the Gnome Treasure Store.

Payment receipts through PayPal will show as RPG Maker Times.

Refunds

The package is sold "as is" but, after purchase, I cannot offer refunds.


Purchase

Buy Now$7.49 USD or more

In order to download this terrain asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.49 USD. You will get access to the following files:

HI-TEX GROUND TERRAIN VOL. 1.7z 1 MB
HI-TEX GROUND TERRAIN VOL. 1.zip 3 MB

Development log

Comments

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In regards to commercial license. I have some questions that would surely benefit others who may come across your assets.

1. If we buy both your packs, do we make this "nominal" donation twice for both packs or is it required just once.
2. Does this license cover all future use in more than one game for commercial use. In other words is a single or life time license.

Thanks for your time, and nice assets, they almost should have been part of the game engine from the start.

Thank you for your comments and purchase. As far as commercial licensing, I hadn't given it much thought. The "nominal donation" was intended as just that. But I guess as the popularity of my assets slowly grows, and as I produce more assets, these are valid questions that need further consideration and to which I have no immediate answers because, well, I don't know. HAHA!

I'd be open to suggestions or ideas as to what game developers would want to or be prepared to pay for commercial licenses, but I'm going to take a bit of time to consider how to approach this and then update the TAC and CLU accordingly.

Well a lot of content creators just allow continued use with there assets in multiple games but there is some that don't. One way to offset this is you can make people pay the fee on a per pack basis, this way everyone who is going to use it commercially is serious and doesn't plan to misuse the resources in any way.

I admire the fact you are going to think about it and not just jump the gun. It is a tough decision. I know for myself game development may be my only option to make any money sadly in my current circumstances. But I don't let that stop me from enjoying what I do best.  Smile Game Builder has been in my library for a while now and I just got that unity exporter. So many new features too. It's really shaping up to be a great engine.

See, people complain a lot that it doesn't have this it doesn't have that but name another program that can do what it does with those 3D models. Not many. Not with the same ease of use. Just click and drop asset into your game.