Resident Evil 5 Project – Help Wanted!
XDA member zarpy has brought us many games for our devices. Games like Gears of War and Kratos Jump among others grace our devices and bring us hours of entertainment. However, this time zarpy needs some help with his latest port. He is the process of bringing Resident Evil 5 for our devices and needs a bit of help with some images. Drop by the dev’s thread, and download the demo. Then you can provide feedback as well, so that zarpy can make it even better.
Ok Iam working on this Resident Evil 5 game project. Its in early stage so right now all I have is zombies comming after you and your able to shoot them. You can download the game and see for yourself.
The file name RS5.zip is the wvga version
The file name RS5 VGA.zip is the vga version
OK this is what I need to make this work
1) Photos of Any Resident evil background without enemies. Just a clean background jpeg or png file is fine.
2) Zombie photos with no background , must be from Resident evil series. I you can get animated ones thats great too.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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