What is the actual grid of these character sprites?
I have a game engine (App Game Kit Studio) that requires me to arrange the character on a single sheet with exact pixel frame offset measurements.
I don't mind doing the extra legwork, but I'm having a hard time finding the "tile size" of the character. I think it's 16 wide maybe, but both 16 and 32 high seem wrong. I even tried 24 high, a common middle ground, but the spacing between each frame vertically doesn't match that grid either when I try putting it into the game engine.
Also, some of the sheet images are 8 pixels offset in width due to the "attack" or "hurt" label next to them. This makes the sheet unusable out of the box in nearly everything without severe photo editing using a pixel sprite software.
I appreciate your labeling of the animations, but I had expected the actual download version to be more usable. (Maybe both the current download and a second, "game engine ready" version that just has the sprite art setup properly, 1 animation to a row or the like.)
As is, I can't use these, which is a shame, as the characters you made would otherwise look pretty cool in retro/game boy style games.