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  1. This video one of a few that has been stuck in my head over the last few days. The sound effects and graphic animations would be great in a game!
  2. Fellow game devs, Here are a few links to free 2D assets, sprite sheets and even characters: 1) 301 FREE 2D UI Sprites (#1) http://soloflare.blogspot.com/2015/08/assetpack1.html 2) FREE 2D Character Pack (#1) including 14 SVG Files http://soloflare.blogspot.com/2015/08/charpack1.html 3) 2D Asset Pack 1.0 including SVG Source files http://soloflare.blogspot.com/2015/08/assetpack2.0.html 4) 2D POWER UP Pack 1.0 Including SVG source + PNG Source http://soloflare.blogspot.com/2015/08/pup1.html Enjoy :-)
  3. xantherlogan

    Sprites! (Not the soda...)

    Hey guys, Hopefully my last lame thread topic (getting over the noob stage...), but I was wondering what everyone's attitudes and methods are to game sprites or the characters, backgrounds, objects etc. What program do you use to create your sprites and why? I'm in two minds at the moment. I'm thinking either photoshop or Illustrator, but leaning more towards Illustrator so I can create scalable graphics cause just because you think a sprite would look good at a certain size, then you code it and demo it and eek.... Too big or too small. With the vector graphics of Illustrator, I can resize the images perfectly to any size I want and still keep a great quality. Plus with layers, I can make a base and then add different layers for different stages of movement. Or is that all wrong? Thanks in advance!