Ninja Shadow #2 Game 2D Character Sprite

  • Royalty free game art

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This “Ninja Shadow #2 Game 2D Character Sprite” is for developers who want to create their mobile game apps for IOS and Android games and need Game Character Spritesheets for their projects.

Best assets for game like: Shooting game, Running Game,Platform Game, and more side Scrolling games.

Animations Included :

  1. Idle
  2. Idle (for intro)
  3. Idle with Gun
  4. Walk
  5. Walk with Gun
  6. Run
  7. Run 2
  8. Run with Gun
  9. Jump
  10. Jump with Gun
  11. Sword
  12. Jet Pack
  13. Hang Up
  14. Climbing
  15. Climp Top
  16. Slide
  17. Celebrate
  18. Swimming
  19. Hurt
  20. Die

File Included :

  • .ai (minimum Adobe Illustrator CS, 100% Editable Body Parts vector)
  • .eps (Included EPS10 too, and 100% Editable Body Parts vector)
  • .png (Separated PNG, ready to your game, and size is up to 512px)
  • .scml (you can edit All animation moves and re-Export your animation with Brashmonkey Spriter)

Tilesets, Backgrounds and Enemies are not included!


Ai and Eps File is just contains Vector Body Parts only, and there is no AI or PS for character sprites It’s because Animation is done in BRASHMONKEY SPRITER!. But there is a high resolution PNG images for every Animation sprites

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