Army of Darkness Skeleton Pack

  • Royalty free game art

It won’t be a good day for the heroes in your game after this royalty free game art pack arrives on your digital doorstep. It includes four different skeleton characters, each with the following animations.

  • Idle
  • Walk
  • Jump
  • Attack
  • Hit
  • Dead

Animations are exported as PNG sequences with alpha channel and the layered PSD files for each character are included so you can make your own animations

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  • File Formats: PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Adobe Photoshop
  • Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Melee Attack | Jumping | Hurt / Stunned | Dying | See Preview for More Details
  • Usage Example: View the Art in Action!
  • Artist is For Hire: Maybe.
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