Character Set – Bad Trip
Various characters for creating a 2D platformer or sidescroller game, that could populate an Easter themed level or some trippy nightmare.
- 1 hero & 7 enemies. All are animated.
- 100% vector. Available on CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, and EPS format. So it’s customizeable and resizeable.
- PNG sequence included for generating the spritesheet/texture atlas with your preferred tools: ShoeBox, Texture Packer, etc
The hero character (in the bunny suit) has sequences for:
- Crouch Throwing
The Snow Giant, Poo, Teddy Bear have sequences for
The Birds and Fish have frames for Flying / Swimming and Dying
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- File Formats: PNG | PNG Animated Sequences | Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator | EPS | Corel Draw
- Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Running | Melee Attack | Jumping | Crouching | Hurt / Stunned | Dying | Flying | Suited for Side-Scroller Views
- Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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