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26 public domain sound fx. Specifically handcrafted for games

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Decided to start making my designs public domain (CC0). I made them with mobile games in mind but feel free to use them wherever you can imagine. Plenty more in the pipeline as well. Mp3 and Wav of each sample included in the download.


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