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mdotstrange

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Free Intro to Playmaker + advanced playmaker tutorials
« on: September 21, 2015, 04:51:55 PM »
Hello all!

Here is an Intro to Playmaker tutorial video I made for those of you new to Playmaker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vbbiydQtaI

I also released a 15+ hour course that goes over creating an entire 3d third person game with Playmaker including-
-Control and animate a 3d third person playable character
-Create enemy NPCs that patrol and attack the player on sight with simple AI
-Layout a level and set up a Unity Navmesh
-Create player pickups like coins and weapons
-Set up a weapon firing system with two different types of ammo
-Create a boss fight



Bonus topics includes some advanced PM tutorials including
- creating an auto targeting system with Arraymaker arrays
- creating an inventory system with Arraymaker hash tables and ugui

More info at http://thestrangeschool.com/  :)
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Re: Free Intro to Playmaker + advanced playmaker tutorials
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2015, 07:22:29 PM »
Very cool, I hope you have much success! Hopefully this expands the community as well.
All my VR games use Steam VR Playmaker Toolkit: http://u3d.as/u20
And Oculus Touch Playmaker Toolkit: http://u3d.as/QT5


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Re: Free Intro to Playmaker + advanced playmaker tutorials
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2015, 10:18:08 PM »
Hi,

 yeah, very nice.

I think you should however release at least one of your video, for people to understand the level of complexity, the approach you take to explain things, etc. The price tag being high, I think it will make people more comfortable in investing in this course.

You should also release a playable version of the game you create.

Good luck!

Bye

Jean