Join Bruce Van Horn for an in-depth discussion in this video Project overview, part of Unity 5: Network Gaming.
- [Instructor] Now that we've covered the theory,…let's put into practice what we've learned.…We're not really starting from scratch.…I've done some of the legwork for you,…and so I'm going to go into my Exercise Files,…which in my case are unzipped to my Desktop.…I'll go into Exercise Files, Chapter 2,…Lesson 1, Begin, and then NetworkTanks…is where we're starting.…I've created the Exercise Files in Unity 5.5.…If you're using a different version,…it will prompt you to convert to whatever…you're using, and that should work just fine.…
All right so we have the basics…of a non-networked game here.…So I'll just take you through what I have so far.…We have a scene, which is the main scene.…If you don't have a scene open,…you can double-click Main right here,…and you should see pretty much what I see here.…We've got a tank in the middle of the screen,…so I'll zoom in on that a little bit,…and you can see that it's a very simple looking tank…just created out of a few primitives.…If I zoom back out again,…we can see that there are four boundaries…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
- Reviewing how network gaming works
- Creating a multiplayer game
- Setting up the Network Manager
- Testing the game
- Firing projectiles
- Adding a health indicator
- Fragging the enemy
Skill Level Intermediate
Unity 5: 2D Combat in an RPG Gamewith Jesse Freeman2h 11m Intermediate
Unity 5: 2D Movement in an RPG Gamewith Jesse Freeman1h 22m Intermediate
1. Network Gaming Overview
2. Our Multiplayer Game
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