Can I ask what's the scaling of one character pixel by pixel?
POP! Horror City Pack Additions
Terms on use: Free for commercial and non-commercial games but (!) only when you the ownership of licensed version of the original POP! Horror City pack by VexedEnigma.
Edits are allowed for personal use only. Sharing edited files is against the rules. (Personally, I find it all rather silly , but those are the terms of the original license agreement . Sorry.)
Credits is required: VexedEnigma, JackCL.
Bumping an old thread. Any possibility of getting ambulances and firetrucks and other construction/emergency response vehicles? A S.W.A.T. truck would be kind of nice too. I could make static tiles but I don't have the skills (or the patience to develop the skills) to create animated vehicles.
Thanks for the reply! Ah I understand- thank you I will try and do so and I appreciate you offering to help.Hi!
I know beautiful signboard sprites can be found in Horror City - Retail Tiles pack. Enigma's original work is certainly much better than mine.
Unfortunately, I can’t post my billboards, because it is edits.
If you need made a specific billboard for your game, send reference photo to me in the PM. Maybe I can help.
Sorry for the mistakes, english is not my language.
You're a star! Thank you so much and please keep them coming!
Hello everyone, today is a small Pak Retro technology.
It is intended for parallax mapping because it is difficult to adapt it to the original Enigma's tables, and I cannot post it with tables.
Initially, a 5-inch floppy diskette, audio cassette, VHS video cassette.
Then comes a series of portable TVs from the 80s that were used instead of monitors for home microcomputers.
Next, the old models of monitors in different colors.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum microcomputers, models 48K, 128K, Spectrum 2+ (with built-in tape recorder), below a portable tape recorder and Atari Joystick.
Next is the Atari section, Atari 2600, Atari 800XL, Atari 130XE microcomputers. Also, Atari branded tape recorders (they were pretty bad, were produced in two form factors) and branded
Next is Commodore 64 and Commodore 16 (I have never had such, I'm not sure that they are quite similar).
Several posters and stands for decoration.
I don’t think that anyone is using it, but I made them for myself and decided to share it.