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Thanks, Sam. That really means a lot. 

If you're interested in discussing collaboration, I'd be up for it. Producing the art assets is fun, but not my strong suit. Feel free to touch base with me in Discord. Discord ID: Searle#0215

Howdy. Love the style, so I borrowed it for my current prototype. 

I've modified your assets to include animation and such for the game. Does your current license actually prevent that (no derivatives). I'll probably end up picking up your mega-pack if I continue down this route, and don't want to box myself in. I can drop your assets at this stage if I can't modify :(

Check out the game here:

https://searle.itch.io/numbers

Thanks for the replies.

Kind of wish this was a mandatory field for assets. Seems like a necessary to know if you ever want to really make use of the assets. 

If a no license specified is whatever the creator wishes to put on it at any time, then what is to stop them putting whatever constraints they feel like at any point. Hell they could even claim that the asset can't be used in projects at all. Then I just paid them for no particular purpose.

What is the license on these backgrounds? I don't see it in the information section.

I took a look at the FAQ and didn't see the answer...

Are the game assets sold under some common license? If so, what would that license be? I can't seem to find an obvious location for the license type in the page for the assets themselves. More information doesn't appear to have it.

Thanks

OK. So, it would appear that I do get notification for sale items. Obviously I missed that.

Is there a way to see which items in your library you own (aside from the "owned" list)? And perhaps a price, and whether it's currently discounted? Maybe I'm just not using the system correctly...

Will do. I like your mock ups BTW. If you have any more, especially around how combat might look, I'd be interested :)

Cool look. I might try to make a Trade Wars type game out of this at some point in 2019.

I've used the library system to add a bunch of assets that I haven't actually purchased, in the event that I might find use for them in the future, or they happen to go on sale.

Is there a method of seeing the current price and whether they are on sale within the library? Also, which ones you actually own?

Additionally, are there any email notification systems? Like Steam's emailing when an item in your wishlist goes on sale? Or, a watch list on new assets with certain tags being added to the store?

Super easy to use, and very helpful. Thanks for all the work!

Very cool. Thank you, sir.

I scooped up all your assets in the last sale. Beautiful work.

Question - would you happen to have any UI elements (or know of any) that fit your art style? I'm attempting to use your PixelMobs and RageTile packs to produce a game, but it's lacking a properly styled UI.

Nice look and feel, with fun mechanics. Very nice.