The bookshelf and its modular books Smile Game Builder models have been resized to match the size of the default bookshelf. The narrower models didn’t look or feel right.
This will be a part of the Hi-Tex Furniture Pack, which is scheduled for release later this year. It has been set as Vol. 2 of the Furniture pack. However, I’m considering releasing this as Vol. 1 instead of Vol. 2, as I’d like to remake the chairs and tables, basically a few adjustments to size and form.
I’m in the process of revising and restructuring all of my furniture models, including creating more modular content specifically for the bookcases and tables.
The House Pack Vol. 1 for SMILE GAME BUILDER has been withdrawn. I’m in the process of revising this entire pack and its contents, and separating it into different categories:
- House Wall Terrains Pack (including Lintels)
- Furniture Pack (chairs, tables and bookcases, including modular decorations)
- Pictures Pack (various pictures and frames)
Individual packs and the bundle pack will be available on Itch.io and the online store, as well as other places.
These will be bundled into the newly revised House Pack Vol. 1 and, as a thank you, anyone who already purchased the asset pack will receive the bundle for free.
Note: I’m still not sure that I trust Itch enough to sell through them, but we shall see what happens.
The SMILE GAME BUILDER Hi-Tex House Pack – Furniture: Chairs is in development. Textures from left to right are: Mahogany, Oak and Pine.
For each type, there will be 5 variations: Normal, Overturned (Backwards), Overturned (Forwards), and Ruined. And 5 cushioned versions as well.
I have no release date set yet. They will go on my online store. (If the problems at Itch can be resolved, there too.)
These are some models I’ve been working on for Smile Game Builder as part of the new Hi-Tex Furniture Pack. There will be matching chairs and cabinets too. This will then be released as a full pack some time in the near future.
These will NOT be available on Itch.io (especially after what they did). Instead, I’m working on an online store.