Maesai is a collection of flat 2D graphics for videogames, super flexible and easy to implement.
If you are an indie game developer, either for android, iOS, web or desktop, this set will allow you to have a game with beautiful graphics in no time.

Maesai is fully vector, compatible with leading graphic editing software, as Sketch, Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape.

Each detail is designed carefully.
The shapes are aligned to a pixel grid, and multiple of 2. So you can reduce the tiles by half or double its size much as you like without worring about blurry edges.

You can easily modify the shapes and colors of any tile to suit your requirements, or to create new graphics.

It's also possible to combine several tiles as they have transparent background.

Need bitmaps?

No need to convert anything, Maesai is delivered in several formats and sizes: SVG, PNG 64px, 128px y 256px, with transparent background and ready for use in your project.

Characters Sprite Sheets

You need characters for your players? The Basic Pack includes the sprite sheets of Milo and Fausto, two little characters that will allow you to start working right now. You won't even have to animate them!

And two dangerous slimes:


To make your life a little easier the Basic Pack includes some seamless backgrounds, like this one.

Some levels created with Maesai

The Packs

The Maesai universe is made of multiple packs:

License: You can use it in all your personal projects and in 1 commercial project. You can't sell it or distribute it. → See license.
For any questions or suggestions please write me to



Can you make graphics for my videogame?
Sure, I'm taking freelance jobs. You can write me to
I just need a few tiles. I can buy them separately?
At the moment can't be purchased separately.
There will be new graphics?
Yes! My idea is to make new thematic sets: dark ages, industrial, gothic, galactic, far west, etc.
I need the tile of the gate of hell with fire and knives and zombies coming out.
I refer you to the first point.
Where can I find more info about the autor?
Francisco Lemos, Graphic Designer. You can see my work here: