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Need more map items/symbols/icons for your game maps?  Include this set of 200 dungeon map images in your image library!  Art by amazing artist/cartographers Robert Altbauer and Keith Curtis.

These are created as transparent PNG images.  They were made for the Dungeonographer map software (it has a free version limiting you to adding 10 custom icons as well as other minor limits and a paid version), but they are transparent PNGs which should be compatible with most image & map editors. Each image is designed on a scale to be printed at 300dpi for a battlemat.  (An object that would be 5' long is 300 pixels long.  This ensures they will print crisply.  But they will still look good if printed/viewed at a smaller size.)

You may publish maps using these icons--see the license below. The "cover" image is a thumbnail/contact sheet showing the small versions of the images included.

Full size samples:

To use these in Dungeonographer:

  1. Go to the "Map Items" tab of a map you are editing.
  2. Scroll down in the bottom section and look for a "Import Custom Map Item" or "Mass Custom Import Map Items" button.
  3. Use the file chooser to select the file (or for the mass import select a folder of files).
  4. If importing a single image, you may select an alternate icon for a line art style icon.  These icons do not have line art versions, so leave this blank and the color art will be used instead.
  5. The new map items should be added to the end of the list of map items when you finish.


  • The licensee may not use the art in another stock art/clip art product.
  • The licensee may modify the images.
  • The art may not be included in a program that makes maps or games. It can be added to the program by the end-user who purchases it him/herself.
  • The art can appear in advertisements for products which use the image.
  • If distributing a product with the art, the artist and product must be credited in your product as follows: 'Some map icons from [product name] by artist Keith Curtis.' (Replace product name with the name of the icon set you're using.  If using multiple, list tehm separated by commas.)
  • Contact with questions.
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March 27th, 2016
I have read Dennis 1 Star review and I understand his argument, that although you get 200 icons, many of them are basically the same, as only the color or the texture used is changed, which can be seen when you take a look at the preview image. And I [...]
March 19th, 2016
Just purchased this dungeon map symbol/icon pack, and am severely disappointed. Though there are technically 200 icons, many of the icons are palette swaps. You get 36 different palette swap potion icons, 18 different palette swap candle icons, 34 diff [...]
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April 07, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on April 07, 2013.