A downloadable asset pack for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Bring spaceship interiors to life with modular low poly geometry assets that can be made into any shape or size of a traditional science fiction corridor. Also includes a selection of props to place on walls such as medical kits.

Download contains both Unity3d asset packages ready to be imported into any Unity project, as well as a Blender 2.8 file and FBX models.

Lite version has minimal pieces needed to make an interior scene, paid version has all parts and a sample scene.

*Low poly model with simple and clean texturing
*35 separate meshes that can be put together to make different interiors
*Relaxed color scheme all on a single atlas texture shared across all components

Disclaimer: Screenshots and demo shown are for the full [PAID] version.
2022 Disclaimer: By purchasing this asset you agree not to use this content in any project related to NFTs or cryptocurrency. You also agree that doing so constitutes the same as reselling the asset and this will be pursued as such.


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Free "Lite" version 4 MB
PAID version 22 MB
if you pay $5 USD or more


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Hi there, I just purchased the paid version and imported it into my project by dragging the .unitypackage file into Unity 2019.4.26f1. But when I tried to use the prefabs, they were invisible and had no meshes. Same with the free version. I am new to Unity, am I missing an important step here?

I am not sure- the prefabs always displayed right when I reimported them, but that was some time ago and it's possible that Unity changed how prefabs from unitypackage files even import. Unfortunately I no longer use Unity and haven't for several months now, so my best advice is to just import the model pieces from the the fbx file since it will be set up almost exactly the same way.

When I get some time I will install the newest version of Unity and see if I can reproduce what the problem is

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Where is the paid version?


On itch.io, the paid versions are included when you click download now and pay 5 or more dollars.

Ohhh, I guess I didn't realize that. I'm fairly new to itch. Thanks!