Set up a 2D project Unity 4.3


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Setting up a 2D project

One of the most exciting new developments in Unity 4.3 is the new 2D engine. It's a 2D game engine inside Unity, and it works just the same as the 3D except you're missing your z axis. You get all the physics you expect. The scripting still ties in. And everything works, well, exactly like the 3D world except you're working flat, and this is fantastic if you're developing mobile games, or casual games, for example. There's a couple of ways to get going with 2D, and it integrates wonderfully with the 3D if you'd like.

You can do a 2D mini game or overlay 2D in the 3D. You can also start out a project natively in 2D using a new template, and I'll show what that looks like before I bring some 2D into my 3D game here. If you choose File and New Project, you can create a new project with setup defaults for 2D. When you do this, you have the same options as usual. Are we bringing in a character controller, cookies, scripts, and so on? I'll start out by bringing in my character...

Setting up a 2D project
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Setting up a 2D project provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Adam Crespi as part of the Unity 4.3 Essential Training

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3D + Animation Developer
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