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The png files are included with the PixelFont asset. https://henrysoftware.itch.io/pixel-fonts
The png files can be extracted from other assets with Texture.EncodeToPNG() https://gist.github.com/rakkarage/167d64e7dc8ebdcb6857b40c969edbf3 if you use Unity.
If you can not or will not get them any other way you can email me (rakkarage gmail com) from an address that has purchased a package with fonts included and I will email you the pngs back.
You are right. Of course. Sorry.
Some, like cat and dog and chicken are "too simple" and just reuse a modified idle animation for walk and in some cases attack as well.
We will update (Add a few feet moving frames.) these animations as soon as possible.
- cat - improve walk
- dog - improve walk
- chicken - improve walk
Please let us know which others need work.
the gallery does still partially show in some tooltips
maybe you could add a link to gallery in 'more information' or detect mobile browser and show normal non webGL page then
i guess i will eventually just download the gallery and host it on another site and post a link
Thanks for supporting Unity and WebGL.
I recently changed some assets to play a Unity WebGL demo.
But now the gallery does not show.
Is there some way to show or link to the product gallery that becomes hidden when enable WebGL? Because WebGL does not always work. (phone)
Drag the Effect.prefab into a scene, then into the preview window; but that only seems to work when in run mode? How are you activating the preview anyway by clicking on a animation? Preview window is buggy? Also you can just preview it in the editor:
- Drag Effect.prefab into scene.
- Select it and choose an animator controller.
- Hit Play. (Or open animation/animator windows)
- Goto 2.
Yes the 'original' format of the animations is Unity, but they are just text files so you could possibly decipher them. And yes the images are png so you can use it in any software. I apologize if this does not meet you needs, but i suppose no matter which software i set it up in, some would be 'left out'.
If i wanted to use them in another software i would download unity for free to see the animation sequences and timings and copy it manually or just recreate them.
And it is not just animation there is also a bit of code to choose a random animation for mobs that have more then one idle or attack animation. And 'code' to flip them when the face in certain directions.
I don't think it is 'most' but some do have non-standard animations
here chickens start in random idle state and switch idle animations a few times then walk right walk left and attack and back to random idle
attack: 1, 5, 6
idle0: 0, 1, 2, pause, 3, pause, 4, 1, pause, 2, pause, 3 pause, 4 pause, 1, pause, 2, pause, 3 pause, 4 pause (blink at start and every three cycles)
idle1: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (walk + headbob)
idle2: 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 7, 8, 7, 8, 3, 4 (peck ground)
walk: 1, 2, 3, 4Yes some are even more simple, maybe just 3 different speeds of the same frames...
Even if you are not going to use unity3d.com it might be worth it to install to just check out example animations and timings... for example the pause at the top of the slime jump/walk cycle etc...
The animations and sprite sheets are just text files and can be deciphered/understood with some exploring.
Though you are free to arrange them any way you like.
Yes the effects are separate PNG. The frames are mostly 16x16 but some go beyond that.
Here is a list of the anmations. Some are used in more then one effect.