Bro Stock – Norris Character
Nobody crosses Norris and lives. Which is why no streets are named after this game art character. Tons of animation included and ready for more. You’ll receive the Adobe Flash file with every animation, and of course, you can add plenty more yourself.
This game art package includes 1x and 2x PNG animated sequences for…
- Firing from Idle
- Walking and Fire
- Walking (aimed down)
- Walking and Fire (aimed down)
- Jump and Fire
- Toss Grenade from Idle (Special Attack)
- Toss Grenade from Walk
- Toss Grenade from Jump
- Collecting (an item)
Each sequence has been exported twice using the Modern and Classic versions of Norris.
You’ll also get two explosion sequences, grenades, and icons for the character, weapon and grenade.
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- File Formats: Adobe Flash | 1x and 2x PNG Sequences | Property List | Atlas Files
- Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Firing from Idle | Walking and Fire | Jump | Jump and Fire | Damaged | Defeated | Run | Toss (Special Attack) | Climbing
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