Game Level Map Set Concept I

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

A 100% vector Game Level Map Set!  You can use this maps for a game or application project.  You can edit it using Adobe Illustrator. File size 2048×2732. You can change it as you want, because it includes the layers, you can easily operate the effect with.Parallax. Compatibility with Adobe Illustrator CS and above. These are separate elements with transparent background, which is really useful when assemble in Photoshop.

File include:
+ AI (CS) 2048×2732. (6 Files)

+ EPS (10),2048×2732. (6 Files)

+ Transparent PNG . (40+ items)

+ JPG – a high resolution.(6 Files)

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