Learn how to use Mathf.Lerp, Vector3.Lerp, Quaternion.Lerp, & more. These simple built in methods allow you to move objects from one position to another, scale values between ranges, or slowly turn to face directions. No developer should be without them!
Health bars are important in many game types. Luckily, they’re easy to add to your Unity game! In part 2 of the health bar series, I’ll show you how to create screen space health bars that stay a consistent size and always look flat to the player. We’ll do it with some simple events and have our system automatically generate health bars for any new monsters that need one 🙂
Health bars are important in many game types. Luckily, they’re easy to add to your Unity game! I’ll show you how to get them hooked up with a clean simple solution using worldspace UI canvas and a simple filled sprite + a little code..
Extension methods can make your code dramatically easier to read and understand, all while removing unnecessary duplication. Learn how to create your own along with a few very useful examples of extension methods I use every day.
Want clickable text in your game? Create context aware links in Unity3D with this simple script and example. In this video, i’ll show how to make text that pops up an item inspection, though you can use this technique to link to just about anything you can think of.
The new prefab workflow for unity 2018 is here in a beta form for us to test. I spent a bit of time building projects with it and wanted to share my results. Should you use it? How do you use it? Watch and find out 🙂 I’ll covert prefab mode, nested prefabs, and prefab variants.
In this video we’ll go through building the Stack mobile game from start to finish. We’ll cover moving the blocks, chopping them up, and get the game in working order all in under an hour.
Have you heard about code reviews but never done one? Or are you struggling to do code reviews right? Maybe you dread the words ‘code review’ from terrible past experiences… Here, I’ll go over why you need code reviews in your project, and how to get the most value out of them with the least pain. Code reviews can be a great, positive, and fun experience, while making your project code quality dramatically better, and improving your developer skillset.