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I would like to add a GUI in my basic XNA games. Before starting work on "Photoshop" or "Illustrator". I wanted to ask you the following question: Do you know of a website or other resource program offering a graphics collection ? Oriented (GUI - interface) free preference available to developers ?

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Annoyed this is closed - votes say otherwise. – Tim Holt Dec 18 '12 at 3:43
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OpenGameArt has a few. Just search for tags like 'UI', 'Menu' or something like that. Roencia has some as well. I believe the same will be true for all sites that offer some kind of graphics for developers to use.

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yes this is exactly what I was looking for! thank you very much – Mehdi Bugnard Dec 17 '12 at 11:38
No problem, glad I could help :) – Christian Dec 17 '12 at 13:21
you have really helped me! I searched long found nothing .. Do you know other websites like this? I add that in your reply – Mehdi Bugnard Dec 17 '12 at 13:50
Not many more, sorry. There is, but they seem more focused on Textures rather than 2D art. Just google for something like "free game graphics" or something like that or search for questions on that topic here on SE - I'm sure there are a few. That way, you should end up with a couple of decent and hopefully legal sources. – Christian Dec 17 '12 at 14:16
I'd also like to add in the SpriteLib and Incomptech has some free music: And this guy makes good music :) – Vaughan Hilts Dec 17 '12 at 21:07

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