Alien Monster Bats

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

In this royalty free game art package, you’ll get 4 animated alien bats with the following animations

  • Flying
  • Dying

Doesn’t sound like much, but boy these dudes go out with a spectacular bang. And lets face it, they are bats. All they need to do is fly around and mess up your pretty-boy protagonist’s hairdo. Preview each in the Usage Example link to the right. You’ll get the Flash files these bats were animated in, but wait thats not all: also included are the source Adobe Illustrator and EPS files.

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