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...Yes, it's "coming" as in, in my active list of things to do :) The main character is already controlled fully in playmaker, need to do the ennemies and their spawning.
Any update. Might be good to release it in parts also, so it's easier for us to see what is going on.

1) Maybe one scene that shows the main character movement set up.
2) Another scene showing just how to make the main character shoot.
3) Another scene showing enemy movement.
4) Another scene showing character response when hit.
5) Another scene showing how life and meter scores are kept.


General Discussion / Re: Converting Unity 2D game demo to PlayMaker?
« on: March 22, 2014, 03:57:26 AM »
I also would love to see this :), also was wondering most of the things done in 3d is there much of a change for 2d now or not?

This is great news! Looking at some PlayMaker tutorial videos recently and after using uScript a little already, PlayMaker looks like it's easier to use.

General Discussion / Re: What is this "PlayMakerUnity2D.unitypackage" ?
« on: February 23, 2014, 11:35:31 AM »
Sounds good. Thanks for the info.

General Discussion / What is this "PlayMakerUnity2D.unitypackage" ?
« on: February 22, 2014, 12:08:45 PM »
Is playMaker compatible with the new unity 4.3 2D game features?

Saw the below quote but I don't know what it means? Is this a demo game project? Does this package add functionality that isn't included in the 95$ license of playMaker? I am currently interested in playMaker for 2D game creation.

"Unity 2D support comes as a package with all the actions and tools needed. You can download the current package below:


General Discussion / Converting Unity 2D game demo to PlayMaker?
« on: February 22, 2014, 12:00:56 PM »
What is the status of this? Is the conversion completed yet?

"Coming Soon. Unity provides a sample on the Asset store, it's currently under refactoring to provide it as a 100% PlayMaker solution."

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