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C# Third Person Platformer

C# Third Person Platformer showcases the capabilities of the C# Component System. A simple third-person shooter game demonstrates performance and flexibility of the logic system using familiar concepts.

Programming is easy: application logic is implemented in components that can be assigned to any nodes in the virtual world to extend their functionality.

To launch this demo:

  1. Install one of the following IDEs to work with the source code:
  2. Download and install .NET Core 3.1.
  3. Open the SDK Browser, go to the Samples tab, and click Copy as Project under this Demo. If the option is not available, you should Install the C# Third Person Platformer demo.

  4. Then go to the My Projects tab and click Open Editor under the created project to open it in the UnigineEditor.

  5. In the UnigineEditor run the project via the Play button.


Last update: 2020-08-25
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