Create your own "Royalty Free Commercial Assets" using over 10,000 (and growing) graphics for video game development.
User reviews: Mixed (9 reviews)
Release Date: May 6, 2014

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Buy Indie Graphics Bundle - Complete

Includes 3 items: Character Creator - Graphics Pack, Indie Graphics Bundle - Royalty Free Sprites, Space Galaxy - Graphics Pack

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November 25

Holiday Update: Icon Creator + More

A new release of 3,000 more asset files has arrived. This update includes the much asked for "Icon Creator" assets. Create your own icon's and button's.

Also included is a Tank Builder pack that works like the space ship builder pack. You use pieces to create your own tanks. There are also some other minor additions to existing packs like gems and some hud elements.

*Lookout for a sale this holiday if you are new to IGB. The work continue's on as we make more assets for those that support our project :) Thanks!

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August 22

Updated with Character Pack & More

IGB has been updated today with our first round of animated pixel characters and clothing. The content for the characters will most likely double as time passes. As a little something extra, avatars of some characters are being released with them. More avatars will also be added later.

* Any graphic packs we ever make will be added to the IGB. If you want to support the project, there is 40% discount running right now.

There have been some other additions to the space asset area as well. Stay tuned for more updates.

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About This Software

Indie Graphics Bundle is a content pack comprised of modular graphic .PNG files that can be combined, remixed, or modified to create your own sprites. The current pack includes over 10,000 graphic files with more to come.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The IGB is not a game or software application

To be fully utilized, it needs an imaging editing program or game engine. Our graphics have already been tested in many Game Engines available on Steam. The IGB is great for game prototyping, placement graphics, or final product.

Key Features:

1) Create Unique Creations - On purchase, you receive 10,000 graphic files. Some pre-made assets are provided, but mostly you will want to make your own so your games will look different. Our current plans are to reach 20,000 graphics files. We have artists that will be working non-stop to provide free updates for a long time.

2) License - Use the Steam IGB Package for your game, web, print, or other commercial development project. All assets are royalty free, no hidden costs.

3) New Content - Content evolves depending on support. Get us to work on what you specifically want.

4) Full Access - You may edit, manipulate, and change the graphics in any way for use with your game development. Some Photoshop files included.

Included Assets: (take note that these may be added onto)

*New - Animated Character Creator Pack
*New - Animated Bug Invaders & colorful planets
Gems
Interface Builder (5 styles)
Jungle Scene and Platform
Landbuilder
Map Maker (5 styles)
Platform Pack
Puzzle Assets
RPG Interface
Ship Builder (29 styles)
Sky Builder
Solar System
Solar System 2
Space Assets
Top Down Landscape
Weapon Builder future
Weapon Builder modern
Weapon Builder medieval

In Development:

* More Animated Characters
Map Maker Packs
RPG Tiles
Platform Tiles
Tree Builder (2 Styles)
Icon Creator
H.U.D Builder
Scene Elements
? - Tons more brewing...

*Running the .exe will allow you to make content suggestions through the link provided.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64 MB
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Images require Game Engine or Image Editor to work with
Helpful customer reviews
198 of 246 people (80%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 20
The idea of making a bundle of graphics for amateur game developers is all right, but the pricing is way to high. a fair price for this bundle would be 20-30 euros in my opinion.
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100 of 110 people (91%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 26
I am just reviewing all the files in the bundle and I have to say I am a bit disappointed. There is certainly well made, usable stuff in there. But on the other hand, there is also a lot of clutter.

Worst example are the gems, its 13 gems with most having 120 individual files that only differ in angle. Unless you really really (really really really ...) need a glowing, rotating gem, thats 1400+ junk files right there. Also lots and lots of of 3d renders that unfortunately look way too much like 3d renders. Particularly the land builder: it looks like someone just hit the "render me a lot of colourful, complex chunks"-button and thats the first 270 files that came out.

For me, the good stuff is mostly the interface builder and the rpg interface. Usuable, versatile and sometimes even elegant. The medieval part of weapon builder seems useful too. If you are interested in building plattformers or shmups there is also a lot of valuable resources. Character builder might be useful too, however as of now I dislike the style and selection. Example: all kinds of colorful armor in red and gold and samurai stuff and whatnot, yet the good old leather armor is nowhere to be found. Plus the base chars all look like fat 9 year olds in diapers. I haven't tried yet but I don't think any amount of samurai armor can fix that :-D

The reason I give an overall "not recommended" is because the useful resources are too far spread over different genres and styles. There is something for everyone in here, but not enough for any specific project to warrant the price tag - Except maybe for plattformers. I know this is not yet finished and I am only reviewing the current status of the bundle. I hope there will be more decent pixel art and no more mediocre renders.

In any case you should take a careful look at the preview pictures here and the separate packs before you buy this. Make sure the overall style in your prefered genre suits you. Even then you might be better off buying one or two of the separate packs.
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10 of 13 people (77%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
I helped to kickstart this graphics bundle, so I was fortunate enough to get this pack at roughly %50 off. Still, I can't say that I'm satisfied. I understood that I was buying a graphics pack, and not a program. I would have liked a simple image editor to be able to assemble the sprites and maps into useable sheets with various game making programs, but that would have been a luxury, and an unnecessary one. My one biggest grievance? Compatibility on Steam! I own a Macbook Pro. This is a GRAPHICS PACK. You'd think this wouldn't be an issue, right? Yet for some reason, Steam is telling me that I cannot download the images because "this is not available for my system."

How does that make ANY sense?

Apparently I had, months ago (before the release of the character pack) been able to get Steam to "install" the images onto my hard drive. But when I examined the files, they were all EMPTY, even though Steam claimed the bundle was taking up 5k of my HD space.

I'll change my review when IGB changes this simple, but extremely lazy and negligent error!
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 1
As a game developer I am plagued with finding royalty free assets to use even in simple, often free titles.
This bundle, although not complete, already provides a vast array of great royalty free assets.
The space ship builder, and space scene builders are top notch and well worth the price.
Another 3K assets were just added and there are plans to add much more.

I would recommend this product for people that are having to commission artists or are looking to beef up their asset collection.
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59 of 121 people (49%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 8
Definitely not what I was expecting. Please read the "About the Software" This is NOT a software, its simply a collection of art which could be used in small indie games or at least placeholder art until you get an artist or 2 to do stuff for you.
I don't regret getting this product as it is still helping me come up with ideas of what I would want in my games, but if you are looking for a software to create unique artwork, this is NOT the way to go.

I do feel the "About the Software" is a little bit misleading, since this is not a software nor does it provide you the ability to create "unique" graphics. I suppose if you call different combinations of the same stuff "unique" it could work.
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4 of 16 people (25%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 18
Aside from missing a few odds and ends this package already contains an impressive assortment of tools for building many types of games. The space/sci fi kit is huge, it also has things like map builders and "snes looking sprite" character builders. My only complaints are that the game kits are not fully fleshed out, so you will not be able to get 100% of your resources from this.

With that said, just some amateur GIMP/Photoshop skills and this package will keep you busy making custom game content. It all fits togethers like legos. I literally just drag drop things into my layout editor. I really like it, and I'm excited that they will add more.

Massive space set, great quality, lots of animations, ships, parts, backgrounds, etc all look great at 720p

Assortment of things that are not as expansive such as a map builder, rpg icons, some avatars.

The only downside is that things aren't fleshed out. Sprites have walk only animations and the ground builders do not match the art style. Creating these things would take considerable work for an amateur. The space kits has more ships than necessary but lacks some things like icons for common gui elements or space inventory. You still have to get your elbows dirty if you're looking to complete a game.

If you're sick of being uninspired by using your own programmer art, I highly reccommend this. No worries about licensing, and it's very flexible. At least I'm having fun.
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