The Chinese King

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

The Chinese King royalty free game art package includes the following animations…

  • Attacking
  • Attacking in the air
  • Defending
  • Dying
  • Hurt
  • Idle
  • Jumping
  • Running
  • Sliding

Plenty of animations ready to drop into your next 2D sidescroller / platformer, adventure game!

The package includes exports in the following formats:

  • AI
  • EPS
  • PNG
  • Spriter files
  • Unity (.unitypackage)
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  • File Formats: PNG | EPS | AI | Sprite Files | Unity Files
  • Animation Sequences: See description
  • Artist is For Hire: Inquire
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