Snowy Game Level Set

  • Royalty free game art

This is a complete of snowy game level set art pack for your 2d side scrolling adventure games! This pack is also great for Mario-like or  endless runner games. Includes lot of game objects with cartoon style drawing.

The main file includes :

  • .AI (“Snowy Game Level Set.ai” Adobe Illustrator File)
  • .EPS (75 files for each object)
  • .PNG (128×128 pixel for each platformer and 1334×750 for each parallax background layer)

Features :

  • 100% vector
  • Customizable vector art
  • Parallax background ready

Notes :

  • Minimum Adobe CS Version to open the .AI file (CS5.5).
  • Characters are not included (Preview purpose only)
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