This game looks so fun!
Howdy Gamedev community at @itch.io
Ive been having a ton of fun making some 3D game assets, and as of most recently decided on releasing a free 2D asset pack that can be used for an arcade style 2d maze game. The assets were initially made in 3D and rendered as 2d sprites. The pack contains a hero, enemies, props, collectibles, and BG layer art. The characters are rendered in 4 directions. If you do land up needing more, shoot me a message and I shall update this pack with some new renders
There are two enemies with two different types of walk cycles
Feel free to use any of these art assets in your project.
These art assets are completely free. Attribution would be nice!
Want a particular assets that's missing from this pack, leave a message on this post and I shall try to and address it
Just like 'Limited Timed' sale options available for sellers, I want to create a project where I can give away the first X number of downloads for free / discounted price. When X downloads are completed, the price switches over to the regular stated price.
I do like this approach of sticking to a theme when creating 3D game assets. On the technical side, as long as the poly count is relatively low, the mesh is optimized, and it's textured well - I think you have a start to a good project
Ah cool! I finally go to try out those vehicles - good start
Im curious why the player has to switch the gear from neutral to drive? It's a two step process
I like the way the lights function and light up the little covered passage way
If you are looking at expanding this game, and polishing those game assets -- shoot me a message sometime @ devilsgarage
Got to bookmark that link for further reading - thanks for sharing
I remember coming across this Reddit gamedev user who is a video game attorney
This person has been a big source of help for law and related, to the community over there, and my best guess is messaging this person about your specific case