Poochie the Dog Character Set

  • Royalty free game art

Poochie the Dog’s royalty free game art set includes the following animations (intended for side scrolling apps, endless runners, or virtually any 2D game)
  • Attack
  • Die
  • Dizzy
  • Fly (with rocket pack)
  • Hurt
  • Idle
  • Jump
  • Roll Jump
  • Run
  • Shoot
  • Sliding
  • Throwing Attack
  • Walk
Your purchase includes exported PNG sequences of each animation as well as the original, Adobe Illustrator vector artwork and .eps file.

 

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  • File Formats: Spriter | PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS
  • Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Throwing| Jumping | Hurt / Stunned | Dying
  • Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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