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A collection of GUI button prompt elements specifically for XBOX controllers. 

Perfect For Every Scenario

  • These assets were designed for any game type, any surface, with high readability even at small sizes and with usability in mind.

A  Complete Solution

  • 96 Analogue Inputs
  • 22 Analogue Triggers
  • 28 Directional Arrows
  • 96 Digital Buttons

Both IMAGES And VECTORS

  • Every premium asset has a PNG file and an SVG.

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XBOX BUTTONS - Assets 1_0.zip 7 MB

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can you make keyboard assets?

What font did you use for these? Also I definitely want Switch buttons.

I might make some for switch, but it the font should be under “Specification” in the ReadMe. 😁

Hey Jintenzo, I have just released the Switch Buttons. 😁 They are for sale at $2 until the 21st. https://arks.itch.io/switch-buttons

should i write attribute on endpage of game?

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That would be perfectly fine :) Edit: Where ever you keep your credits in the game is just as good for me.

Are these assets free for commercial use?

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Yup.

Thanks! If I use it on my project, I'll be back here to share it with you!

Would you mind putting a proper license on them? The Free Software Foundation has a good explanation of why this is important.

(If you want to see how far that “other jursidictions” thing goes, take a look at this analysis of how far the CC0 has to go to achieve “like Public Domain” status in Germany’s “protect the creator from giving away too much” system.

(eg. Germany’s legal system prevents you from giving away rights that didn’t exist at the time you made your statement, so the CC0 includes a clause where you make a legally binding promise not to sue over rights that get written into law later.)

I don’t think I ever good back you on this, but I adjusted both projects to comply with your suggestion. It was pretty much just an oversight on my end since changing the project to a free to use assets.

No problem and thanks.

I actually already noticed and added them to the list.