Complete Tiny Soccer Game Set
A complete game asset collection for numerous “tiny” style soccer game apps. Large enough to make an HD game, and suitable for mobile and desktop games. Animations include: idle, move forward, move backward, jumping up, falling down, kick, action, and sliding.
Included files :
- .ai (Adobe illustrator CS4 original file)
- .eps (Illustrator CS4 10)
- .png (8 animated characters & game elements)
- .scml (Brashmonkey spriter animation data)
- .psd (Editable game background)
- .pdf (File guide)
File features :
- 100% editable vector (Exclude game background)
- Editable game background
- Editable or even add more character animation
Font needed :
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- File Formats: PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Photoshop| Adobe Illustrator| EPS| Other (see description)
- Animation Sequences: Idle | Move forward | Move backward | Jumping up | Falling down | Kick | Action | Sliding
- Usage Example: View the Art in Action!
- Integration Tips: Learn more
- Artist is For Hire: Yes, always ready to work!
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