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Learning how to make games? Wanting to get comfortable with a new game engine or practice those game dev skills? Then this pack is the perfect way to do just that, and more.


Lidfar's Basics: Platformer Asset Pack is perfect  for those  looking for a laid back, free asset pack to create a simple platformer. This pack contains assets that could be used for a range of genre, from puzzle games,  local multiplayer battles or RPGs;  its up to you! The simple art style is easy to replicate and edit as you wish, and can easily be used as learning reference for animations and other Pixel techniques! 



This pack contains*:

110 unique sprites ranging from:

Player models, health, construction, utilities, mobs and more!

Environment building tiles and misc. stuff!

Unity Specific files that are ready to import!

Leave a comment with any questions/suggestions you may have, and if you choose to use this pack or any sprites within, make sure and comment a link to your project! I'd love to see what the community can make with it.


I wouldn't ask for you guys to pay for the pack, but any donation would be gladly accepted! :)  (as a full time student I dont always have the time I wish I did to work on packs).

Leave a review to let everyone know what you thought!


*Made by me using Aseprite

StatusReleased
CategoryAssets
Release date Feb 14, 2018
Rating
(1)
AuthorLidfar
GenreAction, Fighting, Platformer, Puzzle, Racing, Role Playing
Tags2D, free, Multiplayer, Pixel Art

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Lidfar's Basics: Platformer - zip 96 kB
Lidfar' s Basics: Platformer - Unity Package 194 kB

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I don't want to be rude, but honestly, these graphics look like shit. I mean, just look at the 3rd screenshot... everyone starts somewhere, but is it necessary to create asset packs rightaway?

(+1)

The pack pretends to be like it is right now.

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It's old school design