GraphicsGale Alternatives for Mac

    GraphicsGale is not available for Mac but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on macOS with similar functionality. The best Mac alternative is Aseprite, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to GraphicsGale and 11 are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Mac alternatives to GraphicsGale are Grafx2 (Free, Open Source), Pixelorama (Free, Open Source), Piskel (Free, Open Source) and Pyxel Edit (Paid).

    This page was last updated Mar 29, 2021

    1. Aseprite (previously ASE, aka Allegro Sprite Editor) is a program to create animated sprites & pixel art. Sprites are little images that can be used in your website or in a video game.
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      Almost everyone thinks Aseprite is a great alternative to GraphicsGale.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
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      • Linux
      GrafX2 is a bitmap paint program inspired by the Amiga programs Deluxe Paint and Brilliance.


      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
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      • Linux
      Pixelorama is a free and open source sprite editor, ideal for pixel art. In this page you'll be learning about the latest added features, as well as its features in general. It's made with Godot Engine, using GDScript.
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    2. Remember the good old 2D games and their beautiful sprites? With Piskel you can create your own in a few clicks. FEATURES Live preview Piskel gives you a live preview of your work. You no longer have to guess how it will look like when it's done: you see it!
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      Most users think Piskel is a great alternative to GraphicsGale.
      Piskel does a really good job and doesn't crash. I love the "dark" interface and the look of the app. :)
      Positive comment almost 2 years ago

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    3. Pyxel Edit is a pixel art drawing application especially designed for working with tiles. Place tiles to form a level, edit them directly to see how they all work together, then export your tileset and the level data, and load it into your game.


    4. Gifsicle is a command-line tool for creating, editing, and getting information about GIF images and animations. Making a GIF animation with gifsicle is easy. Some more gifsicle features: Batch mode for changing GIFs in place.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      Animations: Create animations and export them as spritesheets or animated GIFs. Tileset: Mockup your tilesets and export them as .png images.

      Discontinued

      Official product page unavailable.

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      • Mac
      • iPad
      Pixen is a pixel art editor designed for working with low-resolution raster art, such as those 8-bit sprites found in old-school video games.
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      • Steam
      Tilesetter is a tileset generator & map editor tool - Create your whole tileset instantly. Generate complete tilesets from base images. Build and export levels directly to Unity, Godot and GameMaker Studio 2.
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    5. Pixel Proof helps you make amazing pixel art and game sprites. The interface is clean and customizable, leaving your workflow smooth and focused. Included are specialized tools that you can't find anywhere else and Twitter integration so you can easily share your work.
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