Fantasy Planet FX

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This asset contains 10 fantasy planet effects exported into animations for game developers, or indie game developers which want to add a gorgeous planet to their game. See a preview of the animations here. These could be used as a side scrolling, parallax effect, or each would make a great selection element in the GUI of the game. Perhaps to choose a planet to explore.

Includes PNG sequences of each planet.

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