What is Almighty Assets?

What is Almighty Assets?

Almighty Assets is one guy with a mission to make one of the largest, most organized library of low-poly 3D assets for video game developers.

Yes, there are tons of low-poly 3D models available all over the Internet. But often, when you combine artwork designed by different artists, things start to look like they really don't belong together. Many large collections of artwork are incomplete or poorly organized.

A Road Less Traveled

A road less traveled

My vision is to create a very large collection of 3D assets, organized into smaller packs, each focusing on very specific things, such as Outdoor and Interior-Only Environments, Rivers & Roads, Rocks & Trees, settings for specific places such as Farmlands, Marketplaces and Villages. And of course Weapons & Armor, Siege, Creatures, Characters and much, much more!

The general idea is to present lots of options. Game Developers may pick out very specific packs and purchase only what they need, rather than paying a bigger price for something that showcases a beautiful scene but is very difficult to do anything else with.

Published Assets

These assets are available right now in the Unity Asset Store.

First Year Experience on Unity Asset Store

Almighty Assets Available Now

In the past year, I tried launching the first asset packs through the Unity Asset Store. My experience working with UAS was rather cumbersome and somewhat disappointing. Their policies and guidelines seem extremely unrealistic and about 50% of my submitted packs were denied.

The worst part about this experience is that I was only catering to Unity developers. What about Unreal Engine? or Godot!? I recently decided to change the way in which I package my models. I'll be releasing smaller packs of more specific sets of models. I'll use itch.io to build a store where you can purchase these packs for yourself. And over time, I may decide to branch out to other marketplaces too.

You can still purchase the assets that are available on the Unity Asset Store, although all content will eventually be available in smaller packs and bundles elsewhere.

The main difference is that the Unity assets come with prefabs, particle systems, scripts and even a basic character controller in a demo scene. The 3D model packs only contain the original model files.