It's up! Low Poly Dungeon Pack Now Available in the Unity Asset Store

Sarrah Wilkinson - 6/16/2022

Well, that was delightfully fast! My Low Poly Dungeon pack passed review at the Unity Asset Store, and is now up and available for purchase! The full pack features 230 FBX models and a total of 294 pre-made prefabs for use inside the Unity game engine. There are static props, activatable animated props, lit props with fire particle effects, decals (like blood stains and spider webs!), and even a bonus music file by my husband Robbie, which you can hear in the demo video.

I've also got a video showcasing all of the individual pieces.

Not sure if it's the right pack for you? I've also put up a free Low Poly Dungeon Lite pack to try before you buy. It features 19 prefabs from the full pack and gives you a great idea of the range of items available.

Categories: Games
Tags: 3d modeling, asset pack, blender, dungeon, for sale, game, game assets, game dev, game development, indie, live, low poly, modular, showcase, Unity, Unity Asset Store, video
Live Date: 6/16/2022 | Last Modified: 6/16/2022

The Low Poly Dungeon Set is Submitted

Sarrah Wilkinson - 6/6/2022

Exciting news! I have submitted the Low Poly Dungeon modular asset pack to the Unity Asset Store. If approved - knock on wood! - it will soon be available, along with a free trial Lite version.

While the approval process takes a while (currently 20-30 days, according to the site), I'm actually quite pleased that they have an approval process. A real, live person who knows Unity and the needs of people using it is going to take a look through the pieces I've created and either approve them as-is, or give me feedback on how I can make them the best they can be. I've worked very hard on this set and want it to be a great resource for other game developers.

In the meantime, I wanted to share the final shop screenshot images that showcase the dungeon demo scene I created. There will also be a video (with a brand new piece of music by Robbie!), but I'm keeping that under wraps until the official release.

A cartoon-style medieval dungeon scene featuring a bridge over spike traps, mossy walls, high vaulted ceiling, and fire burning in braziers. A cartoon-style medieval dungeon scene of a storeroom with various crates, barrels, a chair next to a table with food on it, and a torch on the wall. A cartoon-style medieval dungeon scene of an arched cell door and a skeleton within, sitting next to a wall covered in tally marks. Outside is a chair and small table. A cartoon-style medieval dungeon scene of a cell wall and door, beyond which the wall has been broken open to reveal a treasure chest within. A cartoon-style medieval dungeon scene of a room with cages and an iron maiden, and gargoyle statues on the walls. A cartoon-style medieval dungeon scene of a library with high vaulted ceilings, bookshelves, and a magical orb and magic symbol on the ground. A cartoon-style medieval dungeon crypt scene with an open wooden coffin, a couple of bookshelves, a pile of skulls, and a table with some parchment.

Categories: Games
Tags: 3d modeling, asset pack, blender, chapel, dungeon, game, game assets, game dev, game development, indie, low poly, modular, screenshot, showcase, Unity, Unity Asset Store
Live Date: 6/6/2022 | Last Modified: 6/6/2022

Almost There - Now With Flame

Sarrah Wilkinson - 5/20/2022

With all of the pieces for my low poly dungeon complete, I've been working on a demo scene that includes all of them, to show off what this set can really do. Here's a sneak peek, a foreboding dark chapel. Complete with fire!

I'm quite happy with the custom flame particle effects I created for this pack. They're cartoony enough to look at home in a low poly environment, but still look quite bright and, well, flame-like.

Several low poly 3d models of torches, sconces, and candles, with animated flame effects.

Here's what they look like in action. It's not a seamless loop in this image, as each particle effect is randomized so there's no easy way to do that, and I wanted to keep the size of the animated gif down. They loop seamlessly in Unity, of course!

There's a larger flame type for torches, sconces, and braziers, and a smaller one for candles. Note that even if the candle or torch has been knocked over, the flame continues to burn in the correct direction. I was particularly proud of that.

Several low poly 3d models of doors, a chest, a crate, a bear trap, a lever, and a spike trap, displaying their animations.

Another new addition is prop animations. Several props have some kind of activatable component, built using Unity's animation system. It's details like these that really help your world come alive. Of course, if you're proficient in Unity, you can easily go in and tweak the animations, add animation timeline events, or even scrap them and make your own. These are just provided to get you started.

That's it for now. I hope you enjoyed this look at what I've been up to with the low poly dungeon pack. I'll be submitting my request to become a Unity Asset Store seller soon - wish me luck!

Categories: Games
Tags: 3d modeling, animated, animated props, animation, blender, chapel, dungeon, fire, flame, game, game assets, game dev, game development, indie, low poly, modular, sfx, special effects, statues, Unity
Live Date: 5/20/2022 | Last Modified: 5/20/2022