Destroyer Mech – Game Art Character
World War Mech has begun! This mech-style game art character or enemy includes plenty of pre-animated sequences and the Adobe Flash source files can be used to create plenty more.
The art package includes 1x and 2x PNG animated sequences for…
- Throwing (anything, but knife art is included)
- Firing Secondary (big weapon, could be anything but grenade art is included)
You’ll also get two explosion sequences, and separate weapon art.
This package includes .atlas folders to make it easy to drop the png sequences into Xcode and start using them in your iOS apps right away. The 1x and 2x png image files are already included in the atlas folders.
Fantastic Worlds Starter Kit Files
For buyers of CartoonSmart’s Fantastic Worlds iOS Starter Kit, we’ve even included a Property List file to copy and paste the entire Objects dictionary which references each set of .atlas folders. This Property List also includes dictionary settings for the enemy object’s gun, knife and grenade. This makes it incredibly easy to import the art and start using this character as an enemy object against your app’s protagonist.
You can see an example video of the Destroyer Mech below.
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- File Formats: Adobe Flash | 1x and 2x PNG Sequences | Property List | Atlas Files
- Animation Sequences: Walking | Idling | Firing | Throwing | Firing Big Weapon | Collision | Damaged | Defeated
- Video Example: Watch Now!
- Integration Tips: Learn more
- Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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