Pirate Character Set

  • Royalty free game art

This royalty free Pirate character set will make a great addition to any swash-buckling adventure game, endless runner, platform game or side scroller.  Animations include:

  • Attacking
  • Dying
  • Dizzy
  • Flying
  • Hurt
  • Idle
  • Jumping
  • Running
  • Shooting
  • Sliding
  • Walking

Check out a preview of the animations here.

 

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  • File Formats: Spriter | PNG| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS
  • Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Firing Weapon | Melee Attack | Throwing| Jumping | Dying | Suited for Side-Scroller Views
  • Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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