Spine Showcase

Spine is in use all over the world, from multibillion-dollar publishers to small game studios and indie developers. Below you can explore some of the ways Spine is used in mobile and desktop games, interactive storytelling, filmmaking, cartoons, comic books, special effects, and more.

Spine was the backbone of our art and animation pipeline on Return To Monkey Island. All the animators and artists loved using it, as it really allowed us to focus on our craft, and work fast enough that we could throw in extra ideas and polish. I just don’t think it would have been possible to make Return To Monkey Island, with it’s huge cast of animated characters, locations, and cut-scenes, using any other 2D software!Rex Crowle, Art Director for Return to Monkey Island
2D animation performance is very important in Code: HARDCORE. With Spine, we control animations much more efficiently, allowing us to save time and energy building 3D-like 2D animation. We also use Spine for special effects, animation tests, and even interactive cutscenes. Louiky Mu, CEO, Producer, and Art Director
The Spine Mesh system, allowed us to give a convincing 3D look to our designs, and to smear key poses into nervous animations.Magic Design Studios
To create Bulb Boy we needed about a thousand of unique grayscale animations, many of them using frame-by-frame technique. The accesiblity and flexibility of Spine made it our best choice.Szymon & Artur, Bulbware
With our small team Spine was a great fit, it allowed us to create multiple fully rigged customizable game assets and actually improved our production quality. Giving us more time to focus on making fun and engaging gameplay for our Zorbit's Math Adventure series.Chuck Murphy, 2D Artist & Animator

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