Hill Racing Vehicles

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

A set of cartoon vehicles to create the 2d racing game of your dreams.

The package contains three vehicles: a jeep, a scooter and a buggy with 9 paint variations each, 30 wheels, and two drivers.

Suitable for mobile or desktop racing, hill climbing or obstacle course driving games with a side view perspective.

Each vehicle is exported in transparent PNG files at a size of around 500×500 pixels. Vector files are also provided if you want to further customize the sprites in Illustrator, Inkscape or Corel Draw.

– 3 vehicles: Jeep, Scooter and Buggy each with 9 paint variations.
– 30 wheels.
– 2 drivers: girl and boy with clothing variations.
– Transparent PNG exports.
– 100% customizable and resizable vector parts editable in Illustrator, Corel Draw or Inkscape (.CDR, .AI, .SVG).

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