Bruiser Rabbit Character Set

  • Royalty free game art

This royalty free game art set includes the following animations (intended for side scrolling apps, endless runners, or virtually any 2D game)
Attack
Die
Dizzy
Fly (with rocket pack)
Hurt
Idle
Jump
Roll Jump
Run
Shoot
Sliding
Throwing Attack
Walk
Your purchase includes exported PNG sequences of each animation as well as the original, Adobe Illustrator vector artwork and .eps file.

 

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  • File Formats: Spriter | PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Adobe Illustrator| EPS
  • Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Throwing| Jumping | Dying | Flying
  • Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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