Quiet Hill Forest Pack
A Silent Hill Style Theme Pixel Art Pack. Everything you need to have a fully playable Survival Horror game.
- 4 layers seamless looped backgrounds for a parallax effect
Modular Ground Tiles to build your stage
- 7 different Animations for the main character and variations for the weapons making a total of 29 animations
- 5 different animations for the enemy character
- 5 different sprite animation for the items and blood feedback
Tags: 2d , dark , forest , mystery , pixelart , silenthill , survivalhorror , terror ,
Animation Sequences:Some characters. See screenshots
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