Character Set – The Pirates

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

A collection of pirate game character sprites for creating 2D side scrolling games. Suitable for platformer, adventure, action, and endless runner games. Features:

  • 3 Characters: The Captain, Quartermistress, and Cabin Boy.
  •  Each character has 21 animation states
  • Animation created with Brashmonkey Spriter. Skeletal animation is available. As well as exported PNG sequence, for creating traditional spritesheet
  • Spriter Project .SCML file included, along with the body parts images in .PNG format. The image is in pretty high resolutions.
  • The body parts made with CorelDraw. Adobe Illustrator .AI, .SVG and .EPS files also included.
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