Character Set – Cavemen and Pals
This collection features 2 heroes and 4 enemies, for games with adventure, prehistoric, dinosaur, stone age, jungle, caveman, and other similar themes.
This set includes the following animations for each character…
- Caveman 1: Idling, walking, running, jumping, attacking, jump attack, hurt, dying
- Caveman 2: Idling, walking, running, jumping, attacking, jump attack, hurt, dying.
- Dino 1: Idling, walking, attacking, hurt, dying.
- Dino 2: Idling, walking, attacking, hurt, dying.
- Flying Dino: Flying, hurt, dying.
- Venus Fly Trap 2: Idling, attacking, dying.
All the artwork in this bundle was originally vector based, so you can export any of the images at virtually any resolution (though 1x and 2x sized PNG sequences have already been created for you). The original vector artwork can be found in the .eps, .cdr and .ai formats.
PNG sequences are included for generating the spritesheet / texture atlas with your preferred tools: Flash CS6, Flash CC, ShoeBox, Texture Packer, Xcode 5 etc. Spritesheets are compatible with the following frameworks (to name a few)…
JSON or JSON-Array
Sparrow version 1 or 2
Cocos2D version 1, 2, 3
Starling version 1 or 2
Sprite Kit Texture Atlases
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