Game Level Map Pack

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

Build level map for your casual and puzzle games with this level map pack. This contains 5 different themes, from candy land, scary graveyard, to desert theme.

– 5 different themes: candy land, mountain, snowy winter, scary graveyard, and desert theme
– Seamless loop. So you can create the map as far as possible.
– Supported objects for creating the level map also included
– 100% vector. Available file format: CorelDraw CDR, Adobe Illustrator, EPS, and SVG
– PNG export also available. So it can be integrated in your game project right away

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  • File Formats: CorelDraw CDR, Adobe Illustrator, EPS, and SVG
  • Animation Sequences: None
  • Artist is For Hire: No thanks
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