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Top-down Farming

This pack contains farming top-down game assets. The scene, plants, and characters have been created with inspiration from games like Zelda and Stardew Valley. Its a nostalgic pack that has farmers, plants, tiles, effects and more. Everything to help you create that awesome top-down farming game.

What's Included

  • Check out the preview images
  • 3 Unique Characters - Idle, Run, Attack, Pickup, Carry, Chop/Dig/Mine. (4 directions)
  • 10 Unique Plants.
  • A tileset (16x16) for creating the perfect little farm, complete with trees and plants.
  • Objects from rocks to houses.
  • Effects : splashes and Poofs
  • Heads-up Display : Hearts, item-holders & Numbers.
  • Touch controls : To help all mobile game developers out there.

Game developers

We love to see what all talented people can create with this. So all game developers out there, we hope this will help you create that perfect game! Don't forget to follow us here!

Go create some awesome games!

License info: Asset Store Terms of Service and EULA. You can use them in any project you want, commercial or not, but you can't resell or freely share them as assets or a part of a stock item/template.

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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3.60 USD. You will get access to the following files:

main.zip 759 kB

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is this 16x16

Yes, the tiles are 16x16

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Please release more assets in this same top down style would be great .

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So cute!  It's great to see you guys producing new assetpacks again  :-)

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They're absolutely beautiful! Please stick to this style, at least for a bit. All your stuff is good, but this top-down style is something else. A few more assets in this style and it goes beyond "assets we can use in prototyping" to stuff you can actually make games with.