Sean Barton - Game Developer

Get Tiled2Unity

Tiled2Unity was created before Unity had support for tiles and tilemaps. It is still available for download but is outdated and unsupported. Consider using SuperTiled2Unity instead. Thanks!

Tiled2Unity is a free utility with one goal in mind: Easy exporting of Tiled Map Editor TMX files into your Unity projects. Tiled2Unity takes your Tiled files and creates Unity prefabs from them that are easily placed into your Unity scene. Complex collision is supported through Unity’s PolygonCollider2D class. (Windows and Mac)

Tiled2UnityLite is a command line version of the Tiled2Unity utility. It can be used on any platform but was primarily designed to give Linux users a way to use Tiled2Unity on their operating system.

Updating Tiled2Unity

When you install a new Tiled2Unity version you will also want to update the Tiled2Unity scripts in your Unity project folder as well. The easiest way to accomplish this is through the Import Unity Package to Project menu item while your project is open in Unity.

Easily update your Tiled2Unity scripts

Note: Both the Tiled2Unity output window and the Unity console will complain if there is a mismatch.

All Source is Freely Available on GitHub

Tiled2Unity is made up of two parts:

  1. The Tiled2Unity utility that exports a Tiled file.
  2. The Tiled2Unity Unity scripts that imports the *.tiled2unity.xml files and puts the textures, meshes, and prefabs into your Unity project.

Both components are publicly available on GitHub.