Does anyone know of any good tilesets for hex-based maps that are available for free use? The tiles from Battle for Wesnoth seem to be under a license that would allow others to use them in their games, but the game I'm developing is on a scale where a hex would be about equivalent to the area that a person would stand on, whereas the Wesnoth tiles are on a larger scale (for example, there are forest tiles with multiple trees on the hex). Are there any other games or other sources that have hex tile graphics available?
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Take a look at the Might and Magic Online game, it uses hexagon tiles but they are transparent.
I mean the playing ground is designed differently then the places where the hexagon tiles go.
Am I making any sense?
url for the game Might & Magic Online