Medieval Docks



  • Ability to create multi-level floors with interiors – we give you both modular and hyper modular pieces that can be mixed and match to create an endless variety of buildings
  • Over 20 hyper modular building pieces – create thousands of variations multi-level houses with windows, walls, stairs, roof, and floor pieces
  • 10 layouts for main, mid-floors, roof building pieces – with 4 variations of each building component
  • Over modular 40 docks/wall pieces – easily drag and drop pieces to create a coastline city
  • 20+ medieval marketplace props – huge variety of props to fill out your scene from crates, ropes, bottles, foods, kiosks, ladders, lumber, etc.
  • About 7 vegetation props – mix of trees, dead trees, and grass foliage
  • 4 tileable terrain textures – paint walkways & dirt paths to break up ground variation
  • LOD (level of detail) states for trees & props – allows for a more streamlined game that doesn’t bog down from a distance
  • Complete Support & Documentation – we make sure we update and support our products with quick email support and full documentation



Medieval Docks features over 200 assets ready to fill your shoreline with walls, docks, boats, houses, vegetation and marketplace props.

Asset List:

  • 30+ Prop Assets (each with full LODs)
  • 40+ hyper modular pieces for buildings
  • 10 pre-built building layouts with 4 variations of each
  • 7 vegetation assets
  • 4 tileable terrain textures


Polycount: (LODs decrease in 50% increments)

  • Trees: 900-4000
  • Ground Plants: 20-40
  • Props: 100-2000
  • Building pieces: 500-10,000


Texture Sizes:

  • Terrain: 2048×2048
  • Trees: 1024×1024-2048×2048
  • Ground Plants: 2048×2048
  • Props: 512×512-2048×2048
  • Building Pieces: 2048×2048


Intended Platform


You will receive 3 packages:

  • Source Files Package (textures, FBX/OBJ¬†models)
  • Unity 5 package
  • Unreal 4 Engine Package

Each package is a separate download file


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Rendered in Unreal Engine