Top Down Character Set – 10 Zombies
A pack that contains fully customizeable top down/4 directional zombie sprites for creating horror, halloween, zombie shooter, tower defense, or other games with similar theme. Features:
- 10 pre-made zombies
- 4 directions & 6 animation states: 2x Idle animations, 2x Walk animations, Attack, & Dead
- Animated with Brashmonkey Spriter. High res body part images and Spriter SCML file included
- 10 zombies are not enough? Then you can use Spriter Pro Character Map feature. So you can build or customize your own unique zombies
- Vector bodyparts available on CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, and EPS format. So it’s customizeable and resizeable.
- PNG sequence files included for generating the spritesheet/texture atlas with your preferred tools: ShoeBox, Texture Packer, etc
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- File Formats: PNG Sequences | AI | CD | EPS | SVG | Spriter
- Animation Sequences: Attack , Dead, Idle, Walk in all 4 directions
- Artist is For Hire: No, thanks.
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