Wow, that visual example really hit the nail for explanation. Don't worry :) if you get around to it (super super low priority), just let me know and I'll buy it. I hope you can focus on the projects you want first!
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Ah no worries then, I use Unity. Although when using the tool, it exports a spritemap? Or individual sprites? I can probably work something with the Unity Animator tool to line it up with the character motion and the actual weapon sprites.
I want to purchase this RPG Ultimate asset BUNDLE, but I already own the RPG Exterior pack, is it possible to have a refund on that before I purchase this?
Is there any chance the characters will get a basic attack animation?
Nothing happened to him is rather what happened.
He released this asset flip (slightly modifying a couple pixels from actual Zelda sprites). And then just disappeared after releasing it for $6
Sorry this isn't the place to write it. But I saw that you had a "first person" dungeon crawler art on your Itch.io main page. Are you planning on releasing a first person dungeon crawler tile set? I've been looking to find something that fits that criteria everywhere.
Exactly :) we learn from our mistakes and improve.
And I like your take on the loop genre. I don't see it often. I can see you refining and improving the loop, interaction and general flow of the game. Into something more polished
Aside from the graphics being a bit difficult to look at and the audio being a bit too high. I liked that it was a bit of a puzzle. Good job and keep up the development.
Was this in RPG Maker?
Wow those isometric room sprites are better than I imagined. Although I'm not good with graphics and graphic manipulation, I'll fiddle around and see how to connect the sprite pieces together as well :)
This will definitely be good for an overworld for me :)
Donated $5, even if I don't use the 3D models, I'll be looking forward to seeing the sprites :)
I did notice you're starting to add other things the modular walls/props/etc. Keep up the great work! It's given me some other ideas for a small side project.
No worries! Also I'm not too familiar with photoshop/krita. But I'm wondering, how do I remove the "gray" overlay on all of the images? I didn't realize all of the images were faded/gray. Does that make sense?