Humans vs Skeletons Character Set

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

Hand painted medieval warriors and skeleton warriors set with different types of ammunition, from young recruits to experienced fighters. With this asset you can create 2 entire opposing armies for your game! All characters for these asset comes with 12 animations ready for immediately use in your game ( all animations comes with separate png animation images and PNG animation sheets).


  • 9 characters – 5 for humans and 4 undead
  • 12 animations for each character ready for use
  • Includes SPRITER files and resourses. – if you want to chenge or add something (files of this 2d animation – – – – redactor you can use free version of it)
  • also PNG body parts
  • Includes bonus cavalry character in the same style with 8 animations for it
  • Quality smooth 24 frames animation (except jump and fall  they have one)
  • Basic character height ~ 500px

The animations are:

  • Idle
  • Walk
  • Run
  • Jump
  • Fall
  • Attack 1
  • Attack 2
  • Attack 3
  • Die 1
  • Die 2
  • Die 3
  • Hurt


  • File Formats: Spriter | PNG
  • Animation Sequences: See description
  • Artist is For Hire: Inquire at
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