Angry Eagle

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

An angry eagle ready to fight any enemy that stands in its way. This animated character will make a great hero or enemy in your side-scrolling shooter, platformer or action game!

Features:

  • 7 animations: Fly, Attack, Dash Roll, Dash Ultimate, Hurt, Dizzy, Dead.
  • Transparent PNG frames for each animation.
  • Customize the character to your liking: 100% vector parts editable in Illustrator, Corel Draw or Inkscape (.CDR, .AI, .SVG).
  • Fully rigged with skeletal animations in Spriter (.SCML).
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  • File Formats: .CDR | .AI | .SVG | PNG
  • Animation Sequences: See description
  • Artist is For Hire: Inquire
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