Unity Asset Store

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  1. lennard

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    Hi, does anybody have experience with the Unity asset store? I'm wondering if my 2d sprite & tile art packs have a place there.

    The obvious answer is to just submit but it looks like submission involves some hoop jumping (including downloading and installing Unity) so I thought I'd ask around before making the effort. Here's what I've got.



    Dungeon Demon art packs:

    http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/artPacks.php


    Tile Packs:

    http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/radt/desert_tomb.php
    http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/radt/core.php
     
  2. dannthr

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    I don't have any experience with the vendor side of things, but I'd say there's a place for your art there. They look great!
     
  3. lennard

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    Thanks Dan, I should just schedule a half day or so next week and investigate Unity and their asset store. As is often the case with an indie, when my art packs get exposure they sell, it's just getting regular exposure...
     
  4. electronicStar

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    Unity is not very big on 2D, that said, it seems that some of your tiles can be used as textures so why not, sell them as texture packs.
     
  5. Nutter2000

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    Give it a try, I know I tend to look at the unity store these days for assets
     
  6. Nexic

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    Yeh I'd definitely try it and see. I've bought some stuff from there recently. It's way less hassle than searching for stock art manually.
     

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