Do i need to mention you if i use your palette?
FREE minimal future pixelart 2D assetpack
A downloadable asset pack
Minimal Future Assetpack
This is a small urban future city asset pack with 176 tiles, done for pixelDailies #FromTheFuture (was actually one day too late for publishing it). I refined some things and added some more stuff. This should be fine for prototypes or minimal game styles. You can feel free to use the assetpack for any kind of your project - But it would be highly appreciated if you mention me / give credits.
Note: The asset pack does not use 9-slices technique. Each "ground" Tile is placed seperately and is build into with the dark background. In the sheet itself, the dark-background areas are transparent. (If you want to see that, just download the PNG).
Source files are 1.5$, if you like to have them :) please purchase if using for a commercial project :)
I hope you enjoy this small set, had fun making it. Be sure to leave some Feedback or follow me on Twitter: @s4m_ur4i
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- RELEASE: FREE minimal future assetpackJun 14, 2019
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You are a dead set legend
hahahah, thanks a lot!
I hope one day :) for now I am just trying to get stuff done! ;)
I really like the details on the rocks and also the variations on the background are amazing! I like how the foreground contrasts with the background to visualize what the player is supposed to walk/jump on. Great work! :D
Looking good as always, Sam.
Hey Sam, Thanks for making this free !
Wonder if this pack selling on Itch.io really work out for you ?
Have a nice day !
You are welcome! :)
Well I am selling some sets but it's not that I could make a living from it. Most comes in via commissions :) check out 32blit for example - really nice folks, doing a great project! -> https://32blit.com
I am also doing art, and other stuff, you can see most updates via twitter: @s4m_ur4i
This looks great ! And btw, I noticed a problem on this page, the dark blue text color is so dark that you can’t see what’s written in the « more information » box.