Join Harrison Ferrone for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Unity 5: Build a Character Dialogue System.
- [Instructor] Thanks for joining me for this course.…I hope that you can see the benefits of narrative…development and building scalable systems…in your games.…We've really only covered the basics here,…but if you're looking for more background theory…on narrative development in games,…I'd recommend you take a look at Video Game Storytelling:…What Every Developer Needs to Know…about Narrative Techniques, by Evan Skolnick.…On the other hand, if you want to learn…about non-game related narrative thinking,…I would strongly recommend The Hero with a Thousand Faces…by Joseph Campbell.…
For a great deep dive into game programming patterns…and building scalable systems, I'd highly suggest…reading Game Programming Patters by Robert Nystrom.…Happy coding.…
- Fostering engagement and an emotional investment
- Starting a project from scratch
- Importing the LitJSON library
- Using TexturePacker
- Creating the narrative event class
- Creating and finishing the JsonFactory
- Building a GUI animation system
- Writing and finishing the Panel Manager
- Adding player input and finishing touches
Skill Level Beginner
Careers in the Game Industrywith Christian Bradley1h 19m Beginner
Building Custom Tools to Extend the Unity IDEwith Jesse Freeman2h 11m Intermediate
1. Narrative Game Design Primer
2. Project Setup
3. Import Assets from External Resources
4. Build a GUI Animation System
5. Assemble the Narrative System
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