Top Down Character Set – Quest Twins
The Quest Twins may look friendly, but this battle hardened duo is ready for battle in any of your top down games. After losing their parents in a wild fire started by the Marlboro Clans of the East, these two have set out for revenge. Their cuddly minions have made for constant companions during tough times (and tasty snacks during their more starvation-wrought journeys).
The Twins animations include:
- Walking Left, Right, Front and Back (ideal for top down viewed worlds)
- Attack Left, Right, Front and Back
- Idle Left, Right, Front and Back
- Dead / Hurt Left, Right, Front and Back
The minions (or possible enemies) have animations for:
- Walking Left, Right, Front and Back
- Dying Left, Right, Front and Back
Included files types:
- Adobe Illustrator
- Corel Draw
- PNG, Animation sequences at 1x and 2x
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- File Formats: PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS| Other (see Description)
- Animation Sequences: Walking, Idle, Attack, Dying
- Artist is For Hire: No
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