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What if your player goes through an object when you click the other side of that object? It shouldn’t be like that, right?

Since we added the NavMesh and made the player move in the last article. The player moves but it moves through objects. Now we will fix this by making these objects static.

Create Static objects

  1. Choose the objects which will be static
  2. Then you go to Inspector and click Static

In the current project, I’m doing which has a stealth element, we move by clicking the ground / Point & Click

Let’s start simple… We can simply create our Point & Click with Unity’s Navigation system also called NavMesh.

Baking The Floor

  1. Open your Navigation tab from Window -> AI -> Navigation
  2. Select…

Animating your GameObjects for a Cutscene can sound challenging. But in fact, it’s not that difficult to do. In this article, I show you how to do it.

Animated Camera to Zoom in Darren

Creating An Animation Track In Timeline

  1. Go to Timeline and click the plus and choose Animation Track

In which situation and how you should use Cinemachines Dolly Track?

How should you create a moving camera with look a at a specific object?

First, you should add Dolly Track and CM Camera to the scene.

You find these from the Cinemachine tab.

When you create Dolly Camera with…

Working reflections/shadows create life in our games. And if you are stuck about which one you should use, here is a small article about it.

Which wins?

Here are two pictures of the same scene with Light Probe reflections and Screen Space Reflections.

Light Probe
  • Light Probe is used in this one.
  • It’s more efficient for mobile games because it’s a cheaper way to create shadows and reflections.
  • You create this to the scene by going to Create -> Light -> Reflection Probe

Without glass, you don’t have windows. And you always have to windows, right?

There you have a beautiful New York city view at night from looking through a window. It’s just a simple material as any.

Create a glass material

  • Create the material by right-clicking in the Project view
    Create -> Material
  • Name it Glass_mat (_mat meaning that it’s material)
  • Set Rendering Mode to Transparent
  • Albedo to white and Alpha value to 0
  • Metallic to 0
  • Smoothness to 0.9

You can change smoothness depending on how much you want the glass to reflect.

Janika Suhonen

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