This is a tool you can use to create and download small, randomly-generated sprites and animations.

It's inspired by http://img.uninhabitant.com/spritegen.html, https://www.beaudu.com/spritedraw, and http://ludumdare.com/compo/2012/09/03/evolving-random-sprite-generator/

Click any sprite to save it. Click "Save Spritesheet" to save the entire sheet.

Feel free to use any generated images for anything you like. Please share with me what you make - I'd love to see it!

If you're interested in the source code, the Unity project can be found on my github, here: https://github.com/ianburnette/ProcJam

#procjam

StatusIn development
CategoryOther
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
(4)
AuthorIan Burnette
Made withUnity
TagsBitsy, Experimental, GitHub, Pixel Art, PROCJAM, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsMouse

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Help! The latest build (4-5-2020) won't load in the latest version of the itch.io app! It opens up a separate window for the Unity WebGL player like it normally does, but it gets stuck at the 90% mark on the loading screen. A previous version worked on my other computer, but it doesn't seem to work now. I will note however that the most recent version works properly when run in Firefox. I'm not sure if this is an issue with my PC itself or if it's with the game, though!

Huh, yeah, it won't load for me in the itch app either. So, not just a problem with your computer. I haven't tried opening it in the app before, so it's not something I've tested. Interesting to hear it worked for you before on another computer. I might have a chance to look into it kinda soonish, but glad to hear that it works properly in the browser for now. 

Minor problem: the itch.io link, "Submission to PROCJAM" etc seems to be interfering with clicking on some of the controls!

yeah, I noticed that, too. Thanks for bringing it up again. I've contacted itch about if there's anything I can do about it.

The itch.io PC client allow you to download and use the tool locally, maybe it'll work better that way?

Neat, might use this for a future project