Spine 2D v3.8.75 PRO [WiN x64]

By | August 25, 2022

 

Year/Date of Issue: 04-04-2021
Version: 3.8.75 Build PRO
Publication type: Unofficial
Developer: Esoteric Software
Developer site: esotericsoftware.com
Bit depth: 64bit
Interface language: Multilingual (Russian is present)
Tabletka: present
System requirements: Supported operating system: Windows 7/8/10
Empty disk space: 500 MB or more.


Description:
Spine is a special tool for creating animated 2D animations in the game. Spine aims to have an efficient, streamlined workflow for both creating animations in the editor and using those animations in the Spine Runtime. Animation in Spine is done by attaching an image to a bone and then creating an animation for the bones. This is called bone frame animation or cut animation and has many advantages over traditional animation.
Spine is integrated with features to help you work efficiently. In addition to the many editor features described below, the live performances for Spine Runtimes show how animations can be layered and combined to achieve all sorts of actions.

Add. information:
Smaller: Traditional animation requires an image for each animation frame. Spine animations only store data about the bones, which are very small, which allows you to fill the game with unique animations.
Art Requirements: Spine animation requires far fewer art materials, saving time and money better spent on the game.
Smoothness: Spine animation uses interpolation, so the animation is always as smooth as the frame rate. Animation can be played in slow motion without quality loss.
Attachments: Images attached to bones can be swapped around to equip the character with different items and effects. Animations can be reused for characters that look different, saving countless hours.

Blending: Animations can be blended. For example, a character can play a shooting animation while also playing a walking, running, or swimming animation. The transition from one animation to another can smoothly transition into a smooth transition mode.
Procedural Animation: Bones can be manipulated through code, allowing for effects such as shooting in the direction of the mouse position, looking at nearby enemies, or leaning forward while running uphill.

No viruses detected through virustotal


How to install
In the Setup folder, do the following:
1) install Spine.reg (type – registry file) and click Yes
2) apply Install.bat (type – Windows batch file)
3) run Spine.exe (type – application) (not an MS-DOS application, but just an application)
Who does not have the display of file extensions enabled – focus on the “Type” column


Leave a Reply