BMR's 20×20 Wall Tiles v3.0.5

BMR's 20×20 Wall Tiles v3.0.5

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BMR's Wall Tiles

Version:      v3.0.5
Release Date: January 17, 2014
Number in Set: 134


BMR's Wall Tiles, or BMRWT, is a collection of different floor tiles that can fit various settings and tilemaps.  BMRWT is a subsection of BMRT (BMR Art).  While BMRT provides ready-assembled tilesets BMRWT is instead a collection of different tiles that can be mixed and matched however the game designer wants.

Starting with version 3, BMR's Wall Tiles is now in the Public Domain rather than Creative Commons, meaning you don't have to attribute or ask for permission or anything.  You can do anything you want with it. If you do use it, it would be nice to drop me a line showing me where you've used the graphics.  It's not necessary, but it would be nice.

Take note that BMRT tiles were originally created for use with the OHRRPGCE.  This does not mean they cannot be used outside of the engine though, and you should feel free to do whatever you want with them.


This set contains various walls segments that can be arranged and built into just about any type of room.  Included are diagonal walls, columns, and shadows for corners.

The first set, "bmrwalls000.png" is a base showing the lighting/shadows that are applied to the different sets.  This will help give an idea as to how the tiles work together.


BMRWT does not use a specific palette.  This was done to better allow individuals to tweak the colors to match whatever palette they are using.  Each set is limited to only 16 colors, though I suppose they could further be reduced to 8 while still retaining quality. Reductions or expansions in color, however, I leave to the individual game maker.  I might get around to it in the future, but don't keep your hopes up.

Lastly, I don't make any assurances that these are optimized to use  the fewest number of colors possible.  You're always free to modify  these to whatever you want them to look like.


BMRT by Lakan David D. Inocencio is in the public domain.

To view a copy of this license, visit

In a nutshell, you're free to use this tileset in pretty much  whatever way you want, commercially or non-commercially.  If you  want to modify an re-release this, you're free to do so.  If you want to host it elsewhere, go for it.  Don't, however, go claiming you made the entire set, that wouldn't be nice.  It's in the public domain, so if you want to package it as part of an art pack, include it in a commercial game, make money off it, then go for it.




Download the entire pack with 134 sets below.

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