Cartoon Game Gui Pack I
I’m happy to present you huge Cartoon Games Gui Pack. It is graphic user interface for creating 2D video games or any other of your projects. This Pack includes big amount of various signs and windows of different forms. Using such elements will help you easily and simply create your own bright and awesome game.
Compatibility with Adobe Illustrator CS and newer versions.
All elements are 100% Vector and fully scalable.
You can change it as you wish without quality lost.
- Game Gui Pack I
- 5 Level Concepts
- Level Concept Kit
- AI (CS) 6 files_1024x512, 5 files_2048x2732. ( total 11 Files) – 300dpi
- EPS (10) 6 files_1024x512, 5 files_2048x2732. (total 12 Files) – 300dpi
- Transparent PNG . (385+ items) – 72dpi
- JPG – a high resolution.(13 Files)
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- File Formats: AI | EPS | PNG | JPG
- Animation Sequences: None
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