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The resources contained herein can be freely mixed and matched with resources from any of the PVGames resource sets (you can find more here) to exponentially expand your game world!

About this bundle:

Now you can take your adventures out onto the High Seas with a new pack of resources for creating tropical islands, high-sea adventures, and more!

The Medieval: High Seas resource pack comes with tropical island tiles, new buildings and building interior tiles, ships and shipwrecks, themed clothing for character-creation, and yes, even some new monsters that lurk in the depths of the abyss!

FEATURES for Medieval High Seas:

  • 8 Tile sheets for tropical islands and interiors.
  • Ships and 11 new trees.
  • 80 pre-made buildings to construct towns upon your tropical island!
  • 8 monsters (including a massive Kraken!) featuring numerous spritesheets (all but one include animated side-view battlers), facesets, busts, and Front-View battlers.
  • 5 Parallax images for adding your own clouds and water.
  • 8 unique character templates with 42 pieces of clothing, hair styles, equipment, and more to allow you to create countless unique characters. These are fully compatible with other templates and clothing/hair/accessories from other Medieval packs.
  • Each character template and piece of equipment/clothing/etc comes with the resources to create over 50 different spritesheets ranging from walking, running, sleeping, sitting, side-view combat, down poses, idling, and much more – all in 4 and 8 directions! On top of that, each comes with the resources to make busts, paperdolls, and facesets!
  • 4 Pre-made characters.
  • 5 Animation sheets for fish, a crab, and multiple directions of animated waves.


You are free to use the resources in any game-making software that you want. You are free to edit the resources to fit your needs. You are free to use the resources in commercial projects.

You can see many of the resources from the Medieval packs in action in a couple of  sample games I made for an Indie Game Developer Competition here:  


If you are interested in getting access to thousands of additional resources, including all of the latest resources not-yet-released (as well as exclusive resources), then consider taking a look at my Patreon, which gets updated multiple times per week with brand new game-making resources.



Other compatible asset packs on itch.io presently:

Mythos: Reawakening

Medieval: Town and Country + Interiors Bundle

Medieval: Plague Bringers + Diseased Town Bundle

Medieval: Warfare + Knights Templar Bundle

Medieval: Dungeons

Medieval: Underdeep




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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5.19 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Medieval_HighSeas.zip 411 MB

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I've supported PVGames on Steam and RMW's Store, so of course I would purchase a pack here as well. (Particularly since everyone wants to say "Walk the plank ye' land-lubber!"

I've not created a thing yet with the resources I've already purchased, but it's only a matter of time. ( I have some projects I would like to finish before starting a new one! )

Thank you for the support! Do let me know if you need anything (help, advice, etc)!

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Shiver me timbers! It's as if one can smell the gentle breeze of the Carribean sea and hear the whispering waves on these screenshots. Why on earth are there so few developers who use these resources? Most of them seem to stick to the rather ugly and boring standard resources. I really don't understand that fact. I love that tremendous kraken-beast by the way!

There are quite a few people who do use them, if years worth of sales have any indication.  I've seen a few games up on Steam using them, but I think most people are hobbyists :)

This person, for example, I think has been using the resources in an excellent manner: