Free Game Assets 04; User Interface Sprites

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With Christmas just around the corner, this is likely to be our last game development assets give away of the year. Rest assured however, that we’re working on something rather epic for early in the new year.

So, what do we have for you? A collection of sprites for you to use in creating a user interface for your XNA game. We’ve specifically sized the elements to fit a 1080×720 resolution, but I’m sure with some minor shinanigans you could use them on other resolutions too.

Pictures speak a thousand words (search for ‘top 20 ugly celebrities’… go on, I dare you). So here are some shots of the buttons and dialog boxes we’ve included in this weeks giveaway.

Sample Industrial Game Interface

Sample Industrial Game Interface

Sample Grunge Game Interface

Sample Grunge Game Interface

If you like the look of these interfaces and fancy using some parts of these packs in your game, then enjoy! Download the pack here; Iron Star Media Free Game Assets 04 – Game User Interface Sprites. We’re not able to package the font with the files I’m afraid, so you’ll have to source your own font for your interfaces. You can either generate buttons for each sprite using a custom font, or you might be able to get away with layering the text over the top in your engine. Experiment, explore and have fun!

We understand that we don’t want stacks of games all looking the same, so we’ve packaged up the source files for the Grunge and the Industrial themes and you can download the .PSDs to make your own derivative works below. Download the Free Game User Interface Sprites Source Files.

Buttons from the Industrial Game Interface

Buttons from the Industrial Game Interface

The free game assets on this site are released under the Creative Commons Attribution Licence. This basically means that you can download them, use them in your game(s) and modify them as you like. If you use them in your games, we’d appreciate a small mention somewhere in the credits / on the website. Basically, the only thing we don’t want you to do with our assets is sell them as assets to other developers.

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