A downloadable asset pack

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Kenney Game Assets is a bundle that contains over 20,000 game assets. The package includes sprites, audio files, fonts, 3D models and game source (for use with Construct). All assets use a coherent art style and come in various categories.

Features

  • Public domain license (suited for unlimited commercial projects)
  • Includes vector and source files where available
  • By purchasing you support the creation of more assets!

Questions

If you have any questions before purchasing our asset bundles please e-mail us or send us a tweet, we'd be happy to help you out and answer any questions.

FAQ

Will there be updates?

Unfortunately not, this package received 40 content updates over a span of two years. Currently the content is locked down and new content is added in other bundles.

Does this package includes anything other than content already released for free?

No, all content in this bundle is also available for free as separate downloads. This purchase bundles all free packages in a single download.

Can the assets in this bundle be used for commercial purposes?

Yes, all included game assets are public domain (Creative Commons Zero) licensed.

How's my purchase distributed?

10% goes to Itch.io, 90% goes towards Kenney. This allows us to create free updates and release more assets to the general public.

Included files are PNG (sprites), SVG (vector), TTF (fonts), CAPX (game sources) or OBJ/FBX (3D models). The files are compatible with most game engines on the market (including Construct 3, Unreal Engine, Unity Engine, Godot, open source frameworks, etc.) and work on any platform.

Purchase

Get this asset pack and 2 more for $24.99 USD
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Buy Now$9.95 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $9.95 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Kenney Game Assets (version 41) 103 MB
Kenney Game Assets (version 40) 110 MB

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