POLYGON – Vikings Pack – download Unity asset
Vikings Pack Synty Studios Presents –
A low poly asset pack of characters, buildings, props, items and environment assets to create a fantasy based polygonal style game.
Modular sections are easy to piece together in a variety of combinations.
Includes a demo scene (Character poses indicative only)
Key Features –
221 unique assets with x4 alternative texture colors.
– Customizable Viking Boat, Fishing Boat, Modular Buildings, Mountains, Table, Seat, Fish Pile, Modular Beach sections, Dirt mounds, Glacier Ice Chunks, Floating ice pieces, Icebergs, Modular wood pathway, Stone rocks, Rocks, Mountain Statue, Plants, Trees, Weapons, Cross, Totem, Bench, Beer Mug, Cow Skull, Clay Pot, Chest, Goblet, Fur Rolls, Ladder, Weapons rack, Fishing nets, Fish bucket, Hanging fish, Wooden fish hanger, Weapons rack, Wheel Barrow, Spiked defense, Anvil, Wharf.
– Chief 01, Warrior 01, Warrior 02, Grunt 01, Grunt 02.
(with Alternative colors)
– Heaps of awesome content included (see the layout screenshots for more details)
– Includes winter versions of most assets with custom snow
– Character setup to work with Mecanim (no animations included in this pack)
– Shaders work with the Scriptable render pipelines (HD + LW)
Asset version: 1.3
In a similar vein, our recent Talk of the Town report examines the flow of commuters between 62 cities and 164 towns, demonstrating that mutually beneficial labour market relationships exist between the two. Daily commuters from towns provide cities around the country with 2.6 million workers, but, on the flip side, cities supply town residents with 2.6 million jobs. The report’s analysis also points to the following:
Towns close to cities have lower levels of unemployment
In towns that are close to relatively strong cities, unemployment sits at 8.9 per cent, while in those closer to the weaker cities, it is 11.7 per cent. And this is still lower than the rural town average of 12.1 per cent. In terms of employment, it’s clear that being close to a city, even if it is a weak city, is better than not being close to a city at all.
There are only a few towns with very high levels of commuting
In terms of a country-wide average, 18 per cent of all town residents work in cities. However, this figure masks a great deal of variation from city-to-city, with commuters ranging from 1 per cent in Dumfries and Barrow to 56 per cent in Kirkby and Canvey Island. Only 26 out of the 164 towns (or 16 per cent) have more than a third of residents employed in a city, while only in four towns are more than half the residents working in cities. It is worth noting that most of these towns fall towards the smaller end of the size spectrum. Out of the four towns that have more than half their working residents commuting into a city, three (Billericay, Canvey Island and Kirkby) are located in the hinterland of multiple cities.
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