Cool sprites ^^
Pixel Shooter and Towers Asset Pack
A downloadable asset pack for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Tons of free assets from yet another old unfinished project. I'm releasing them for free because I think developers will find them useful for prototyping or for game jams.
These are pixel art assets for use in a top-down shooter or tower defense type game.
This pack is zip file that includes a bunch of PNG images for sprites and animations:
- 3 player characters with 8 directional walking animations
- 9 different guns (can be used in all directions with the player sprites)
- 9 towers (based on the guns) with 3 upgrade levels each
- slime monster! with animations
- a bunch of cool crosshairs
- miscellaneous animated effects, bulletc, etc
Basically its all the graphics used in the preview animations. :)
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Hello I wanted to ask you can use this your art for commercial projects?
is it possible to use the graphics and maybe modify it?
What kind of license is used on this product.
Thank you for your answers.
And Congratulations for your skill.
I started to use its character for my first android paltformer game.
the game is still in development.
Sooo good. Thank you very much!
love the art style!
Ya sure. If you do send me a copy so i can check it out. thanks :)
I downloaded and unfortunatelly has different scale =(
I noticed you created a game with this asset and submit to greenlight. When you submit a game to greenlight other people cannot use the same asset. Valve delete games with assets. from other games.
Your game link:
Guess someone is using them in that game, but if that's about steam's policies then idk. If they are blocking you it seems like a reasonable anti-theft rule that just unfortunately doesn't account for indie games with freely-released graphics. Maybe someone will be able to sort it out. Don't know much else about it though so good luck.
is this a game ?
Nope, sharing the graphic assets.
The gif's from a prototype that never went anywhere; shows how the graphics could be used.