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420 -Pixel Art- Icons for RPG by 7Soul1 420 -Pixel Art- Icons for RPG by 7Soul1
Set of 420 RPG icons, free for commercial use
You can download a pack with them all in individual .png files here:…

Inspired by Maplestory, Ragnarok Online and Diablo 2



So this guy @_Engrenage_ made this cool html+css sprite code to show the icons. It might be useful to someone if you're working on a browser game. Preview:…



I removed any icon where I used an icon from another game as a base. Someone pointed out to me that using something from a commercial game as a base and making it public is a bad move, even when unintentional. Sorry for the inconvenience.


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raziel994 Mar 31, 2014  New member
hey, im making an android game and will use these, if you want drop me a pm with your real name and i will put you in the credits! thanks a lot for the icons.
Thank you for this. Have any more? facebook me- jeffrey aurelias hilton elliott
7Soul1 Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Just what you can find in my gallery. Check the "free stuff" folder
mynahbird Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for uploading these! I'm saving a few for non-commercial use, and if I do make derivative pieces, I'll ping you so you know where they're going!
phoenixn91 Dec 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
that is amazing...such cool icons~!
MochShot Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
These images are still modifications from the original creations. These are NOT custom creations and should not be used in commercial games. It seems there are a lot of 'developers' out there that need a graphic designer to help make their project come true (or vice versa).

    The problem with images like these are the shapes. You can get away with changing the color pattern/shading of certain objects like spheres, small items like potions, barrels, pots, etc,  but it looks like most of these images are just modifications (i.e shape remains the same, color/shading differs). Using images like these for commercial purposes can and will get you in a lot of trouble (especially if its a game that has a pricetag attached to it). How do I know? I thought I had my project ready for release until I consulted with a few lawyers -- unfortunately 'free-to-use' images come with a catch.

If your game is going to be played by a small amount of people, then sure you probably won't have any problem. However if you are wanting to make a game that will be offered to millions (in my case, android/IOS), better stick with CUSTOM creations.

Also, creative commons licenses shouldn't be taken seriously.
"Creative Commons makes no warranties regarding any information, tools or licenses provided on or through the Websites and Services, and disclaims liability for damages resulting from their use." [taken from their terms of use]
How do you REALLY know those images aren't modified from a original creation not listed under CC licenses? For instance, sprites I see on 'opengameart' are listed as CC by SA and all it requires is to 'give credit to me'. However they are modified creations from the RPG Maker Game Engine that has sprite-creation features -- this is merely a modified image that has its own copyright and can not be used for commercial purposes outside of the RPG Game Maker.

Best follow the old saying: You want something done, you have to do it yourself.


7Soul1 Dec 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You got a point. I'm removing the copied icons as soon as I get my computer back
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