You have a great idea for a game but no art?

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  1. playniax

    playniax New Member

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    YOU HAVE A GREAT IDEA FOR A GAME BUT NO ART?

    As a coder or game designer you sometimes run into this problem of having an idea for a game but no quick means of making it because you just don't have any graphics. We at Playniax know the problem all to well so we created a set of graphics that look cool and are very helpful in bringing your idea's come to life!

    CrashTest Art is our first attempt to create a set of generic game assets that can be used for your game or prototype. It may be useful to you or become useful to you in the near future when more items are added.
     
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    The crash test art has an update!

    Added lots of animations to the dumbot character and introducing a new character.

    Also more objects such a doors, coins, gun, bullets etc. ( including animations ) and sprite images that can be used to create visual effects like particles, explosions etc.
     
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    The crash test art has an update!

    Added new gui elements, backhgrounds and tiles!

    Get it at here

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