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This is a reconfiguration of "16x16 Dungeon Autotile Remix" by safwyl which is a remix of 0x72's Dungeon II Tileset, plus a bunch of additional tile I created.

I made this reconfiguration for manual bitmasking. Adjusted and recolored the original spitesheet's walls/decor to be seamless. Added colored keys with a keyhole, slime fountain, free floating flags, ascending staircases, ascending ladder, ceiling hole and more. Included the original floor tiles in 0x72's artwork.

Note: Autotile walls were adjusted to be 16x32. Bitmasking was done in 3X3.  You can use this tileset for whatever you like (CC-0). Credit is not necessary.

Check out the original author: https://0x72.itch.io/dungeontileset-ii

Check out the first remix: https://safwyl.itch.io/16x16-dungeon-autotile-remix

Check out my demo game made with this tileset: 


Updated: 5/4 - Added bitmask screenshot and additional tiles.

Updated: 5/12 - Added colored keys and keyhole.

Updated: 5/26 - Added flat stair tiles.

Updated: 5/30 - Added bow, arrow and hit effect sprites.

StatusIn development
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
Tags2D, autotile, Dungeon Crawler, Pixel Art, Tileset


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16x16 dungeon ii wall reconfig.zip 17 kB

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I'm not able to get the bitmask example to work in my project. Any tips/ideas on why that might be?

Guys Everyone Chill, The bitmask he made is totally perfect, u need to tweek ur settings a bit, First make it 3x3 minimal and set x to 16 and y to 32! then it will work like a charm!!!

The author did a really great work on the tileset, i used the original one and it took me forever to make maps on it!

Thanks to him i can now make maps in minutes. <3

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Booo!!!!!! Doesn't work

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Thanks for sharing, I just want to mention that the bitmask actually works in 3x3(mininal), not 3x3

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Is this under the same CC0 terms as the original? If so, would you mind mentioning that in the description? (or in the license field under "More information"... though I'll admit I only just realized that it existed and had to delete a "could you add a license?" comment because of that.)

If not, would you mind naming some other well-known license? (eg. CC-BY)

(You can't be too careful when it comes to assuming licensing terms.)


Yes, same licensing as the original (CC-0). Added to the desc.