Unsure which category my product goes in the store

  • Hi.

    I just recently finished a game character making "tool" which is an illustrator .ai file which I would like to sell at the Scirra store, but I'm unsure what category I should put it in. It doesn't really qualify as a tool right? But would it qualify as "Sprites"? It's just the illustrator file.

    Anybody know perhaps?

  • Hi.

    I just recently finished a game character making "tool" which is an illustrator .ai file which I would like to sell at the Scirra store, but I'm unsure what category I should put it in. It doesn't really qualify as a tool right? But would it qualify as "Sprites"? It's just the illustrator file.

    Anybody know perhaps?

    maybe the "gamedev tools" section??

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  • I was thinking that too would be a fitting one, but it states when you choose it: "Tools are software programs which are related to game development. " and it seems like it would be pretty strict with that looking at the things available under that category.

    I went with "Sprites" under the section "Graphics" since I just checked and was able to spot some people having .ai files under that category as well.

  • I was thinking that too would be a fitting one, but it states when you choose it: "Tools are software programs which are related to game development. " and it seems like it would be pretty strict with that looking at the things available under that category.

    I went with "Sprites" under the section "Graphics" since I just checked and was able to spot some people having .ai files under that category as well.

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