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We publish for you the Free Scrolling Desert Backgrounds.They are perfect for platform games, so you can create endless scrolling. In the archive you will find PNG files with backgrounds with a resolution of 1920x1080. And also separate layers. With them you can create a Parallax effect.  You can download it absolutely for free and use it in your games for commercial purposes.

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Original: Free Scrolling Desert Backgrounds on Craftpix.net

Updated 28 days ago
Rated 3.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorFree Game Assets (GUI, Sprite, Tilesets)
Tags2D, Arcade, bg, Casual, desert, Fantasy, free, nature, parallax, Side Scroller


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Scrolling-Desert-Backgrounds.zip 4 MB


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These are awesome

Hi, which license are these published under? CC0? CC3 ?

Are there any restrictions whatsoever on how it can be used?

Is this the same for all your Free Game Assets on Itch.io?


They look awesome by the way!

Many thanks

I'm not related to craftpix but I had the same question, so here is the license:




    • 2.1.1 You are permitted to use the resources in any number of personal and commercial projects for yourself or a client.
    • 2.1.2 You can modify the resources according to your requirements and include them into works such as game projects, elements for websites, applications, printed materials and others;
    • 2.1.3 You can sell and distribute games with our assets.

    No attribution or link back to this site is required, however any credit will be highly appreciated.


    • 2.2.1 You can NOT resell the art source files (PNG, JPG, EPS, Adobe Illustrator, etc) or slightly modified version of the art. You can not redistribute the art or modified version of the art in a manner that would make some or all of the art files useable to another end user via the app. For example, an app that uses the art as part of the play of the game is fine. An app that allows the user to save or export a modified version of the artwork itself is not fine.