What is SpriteLib?
SpriteLib is a collection of static and animated graphic objects (also commonly known as sprites) that I created over 20 years ago for my own game projects. Seeing how it could benefit others, I decided to give it to hobbyist game developers to use in their creations. Because of SpriteLib, game developers do not have to waste precious time or money creating graphics from scratch. It can also be used to study and inspire budding game artists to create libraries of their own assets.
SpriteLib is officially under the terms of the Common Public License. It is free for any use (e.g. shareware or commercial applications, including iOS and Android games). If you have any questions regarding its use in your projects or distributing it with books, training materials, or other software please send me a note.
NOTE: Artwork from SpriteLib has been used in many games over the years, including popular iOS titles such as as Pacific Wings. Download it and see for yourself why SpriteLib is still popular with hobbyist game developers.