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dragonslayer

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  1. In celebration of the announcement of Fallout 4 i'm hosting a jam on Gamejolt for Fallout inspired games. Make a game that is inspired by the Fallout series or takes place in a post-nuclear disaster world. It starts on June 15 and runs for 21 days. Anyone who wants to participate is welcome! Click Here: http://jams.gamejolt.io/falloutinspiredgamejam for details and rules.
  2. Hey guys I just wanted to show you the game I made for the Simulator Jam on GameJolt. Feel free to leave feedback. http://gamejolt.com/games/strategy-sim/tv-watching-simulator-2014/30866/
  3. Thanks
  4. Can someone help me convert this AI script from CS to JS? I want this script in JS because I don't understand CS. Thanks using UnityEngine; using System.Collections; public class ThirdPersonCharacter : MonoBehaviour { [SerializeField] float jumpPower = 12; // determines the jump force applied when jumping (and therefore the jump height) [SerializeField] float airSpeed = 6; // determines the max speed of the character while airborne [SerializeField] float airControl = 2; // determines the response speed of controlling the character while airborne [Range(1,4)] [SerializeField] public float gravityMultiplier = 2; // gravity modifier - often higher than natural gravity feels right for game characters [SerializeField][Range(0.1f,3f)] float moveSpeedMultiplier = 1; // how much the move speed of the character will be multiplied by [SerializeField][Range(0.1f,3f)] float animSpeedMultiplier = 1; // how much the animation of the character will be multiplied by [SerializeField] AdvancedSettings advancedSettings; // Container for the advanced settings class , thiss allows the advanced settings to be in a foldout in the inspector [System.Serializable] public class AdvancedSettings { public float stationaryTurnSpeed = 180; // additional turn speed added when the player is stationary (added to animation root rotation) public float movingTurnSpeed = 360; // additional turn speed added when the player is moving (added to animation root rotation) public float headLookResponseSpeed = 2; // speed at which head look follows its target public float crouchHeightFactor = 0.6f; // collider height is multiplied by this when crouching public float crouchChangeSpeed = 4; // speed at which capsule changes height when crouching/standing public float autoTurnThresholdAngle = 100; // character auto turns towards camera direction if facing away by more than this angle public float autoTurnSpeed = 2; // speed at which character auto-turns towards cam direction public PhysicMaterial zeroFrictionMaterial; // used when in motion to enable smooth movement public PhysicMaterial highFrictionMaterial; // used when stationary to avoid sliding down slopes public float jumpRepeatDelayTime = 0.25f; // amount of time that must elapse between landing and being able to jump again public float runCycleLegOffset = 0.2f; // animation cycle offset (0-1) used for determining correct leg to jump off public float groundStickyEffect = 5f; // power of 'stick to ground' effect - prevents bumping down slopes. } public Transform lookTarget { get; set; } // The point where the character will be looking at bool onGround; // Is the character on the ground Vector3 lookPos; // The position where the character is looking at float originalHeight; // Used for tracking the original height of the characters capsule collider Animator animator; // The animator for the character float lastAirTime; // USed for checking when the character was last in the air for controlling jumps CapsuleCollider capsule; // The collider for the character const float half = 0.5f; // whats it says, it's a constant for a half Vector3 moveInput; bool crouchInput; bool jumpInput; float turnAmount; float forwardAmount; Vector3 velocity; // Use this for initialization void Start () { animator = GetComponentInChildren<Animator>(); capsule = collider as CapsuleCollider; // as can return null so we need to make sure thats its not before assigning to it if (capsule != null) { originalHeight = capsule.height; capsule.center = Vector3.up * originalHeight * half; } else { Debug.LogError(" collider cannot be cast to CapsuleCollider"); } SetUpAnimator(); } // The Move function is designed to be called from a separate component // based on User input, or an AI control script public void Move (Vector3 move, bool crouch, bool jump, Vector3 lookPos) { // transfer input parameters to member variables. this.moveInput = move; this.crouchInput = crouch; this.jumpInput = jump; this.lookPos = lookPos; // grab current velocity, we will be changing it. velocity = rigidbody.velocity; ConvertMoveInput (); // converts the relative move vector into local turn & fwd values TurnTowardsCameraForward (); // makes the character face the way the camera is looking PreventStandingInLowHeadroom (); // so the character's head doesn't penetrate a low ceiling ScaleCapsuleForCrouching (); // so you can fit under low areas when crouching ApplyExtraTurnRotation(); // this is in addition to root rotation in the animations GroundCheck (); // detect and stick to ground SetFriction (); // use low or high friction values depending on the current state // control and velocity handling is different when grounded and airborne: if (onGround) { HandleGroundedVelocities(); } else { HandleAirborneVelocities(); } UpdateAnimator (); // send input and other state parameters to the animator // reassign velocity, since it will have been modified by the above functions. rigidbody.velocity = velocity; } void ConvertMoveInput () { // convert the world relative moveInput vector into a local-relative // turn amount and forward amount required to head in the desired // direction. Vector3 localMove = transform.InverseTransformDirection (moveInput); turnAmount = Mathf.Atan2 (localMove.x, localMove.z); forwardAmount = localMove.z; } void TurnTowardsCameraForward () { // automatically turn to face camera direction, // when not moving, and beyond the specified angle threshold if (Mathf.Abs (forwardAmount) < .01f) { Vector3 lookDelta = transform.InverseTransformDirection (lookPos - transform.position); float lookAngle = Mathf.Atan2 (lookDelta.x, lookDelta.z) * Mathf.Rad2Deg; // are we beyond the threshold of where need to turn to face the camera? if (Mathf.Abs (lookAngle) > advancedSettings.autoTurnThresholdAngle) { turnAmount += lookAngle * advancedSettings.autoTurnSpeed * .001f; } } } void PreventStandingInLowHeadroom () { // prevent standing up in crouch-only zones if (!crouchInput) { Ray crouchRay = new Ray (rigidbody.position + Vector3.up * capsule.radius * half, Vector3.up); float crouchRayLength = originalHeight - capsule.radius * half; if (Physics.SphereCast (crouchRay, capsule.radius * half, crouchRayLength)) { crouchInput = true; } } } void ScaleCapsuleForCrouching () { // scale the capsule collider according to // if crouching ... if (onGround && crouchInput && (capsule.height != originalHeight * advancedSettings.crouchHeightFactor)) { capsule.height = Mathf.MoveTowards (capsule.height, originalHeight * advancedSettings.crouchHeightFactor, Time.deltaTime * 4); capsule.center = Vector3.MoveTowards (capsule.center, Vector3.up * originalHeight * advancedSettings.crouchHeightFactor * half, Time.deltaTime * 2); } // ... everything else else if (capsule.height != originalHeight && capsule.center != Vector3.up * originalHeight * half) { capsule.height = Mathf.MoveTowards (capsule.height, originalHeight, Time.deltaTime * 4); capsule.center = Vector3.MoveTowards (capsule.center, Vector3.up * originalHeight * half, Time.deltaTime * 2); } } void ApplyExtraTurnRotation () { // help the character turn faster (this is in addition to root rotation in the animation) float turnSpeed = Mathf.Lerp (advancedSettings.stationaryTurnSpeed, advancedSettings.movingTurnSpeed, forwardAmount); transform.Rotate (0, turnAmount * turnSpeed * Time.deltaTime, 0); } void GroundCheck () { Ray ray = new Ray (transform.position + Vector3.up * .1f, -Vector3.up); RaycastHit[] hits = Physics.RaycastAll (ray, .5f); System.Array.Sort (hits, new RayHitComparer ()); if (velocity.y < jumpPower * .5f) { onGround = false; rigidbody.useGravity = true; foreach (var hit in hits) { // check whether we hit a non-trigger collider (and not the character itself) if (!hit.collider.isTrigger) { // this counts as being on ground. // stick to surface - helps character stick to ground - specially when running down slopes if (velocity.y <= 0) { rigidbody.position = Vector3.MoveTowards (rigidbody.position, hit.point, Time.deltaTime * advancedSettings.groundStickyEffect); } onGround = true; rigidbody.useGravity = false; break; } } } // remember when we were last in air, for jump delay if (!onGround) lastAirTime = Time.time; } void SetFriction() { if (onGround) { // set friction to low or high, depending on if we're moving if (moveInput.magnitude == 0) { // when not moving this helps prevent sliding on slopes: collider.material = advancedSettings.highFrictionMaterial; } else { // but when moving, we want no friction: collider.material = advancedSettings.zeroFrictionMaterial; } } else { // while in air, we want no friction against surfaces (walls, ceilings, etc) collider.material = advancedSettings.zeroFrictionMaterial; } } void HandleGroundedVelocities() { velocity.y = 0; if (moveInput.magnitude == 0) { // when not moving this prevents sliding on slopes: velocity.x = 0; velocity.z = 0; } // check whether conditions are right to allow a jump: bool animationGrounded = animator.GetCurrentAnimatorStateInfo (0).IsName ("Grounded"); bool okToRepeatJump = Time.time > lastAirTime + advancedSettings.jumpRepeatDelayTime; if (jumpInput && !crouchInput && okToRepeatJump && animationGrounded) { // jump! onGround = false; velocity = moveInput * airSpeed; velocity.y = jumpPower; } } void HandleAirborneVelocities () { // we allow some movement in air, but it's very different to when on ground // (typically allowing a small change in trajectory) Vector3 airMove = new Vector3 (moveInput.x * airSpeed, velocity.y, moveInput.z * airSpeed); velocity = Vector3.Lerp (velocity, airMove, Time.deltaTime * airControl); rigidbody.useGravity = true; // apply extra gravity from multiplier: Vector3 extraGravityForce = (Physics.gravity * gravityMultiplier) - Physics.gravity; rigidbody.AddForce(extraGravityForce); } void UpdateAnimator () { // Here we tell the animator what to do based on the current states and inputs. // only use root motion when on ground: animator.applyRootMotion = onGround; // update the current head-look position lookPos = Vector3.Lerp (lookPos, lookPos, Time.deltaTime * advancedSettings.headLookResponseSpeed); // update the animator parameters animator.SetFloat ("Forward", forwardAmount, 0.1f, Time.deltaTime); animator.SetFloat ("Turn", turnAmount, 0.1f, Time.deltaTime); animator.SetBool ("Crouch", crouchInput); animator.SetBool ("OnGround", onGround); if (!onGround) { animator.SetFloat ("Jump", velocity.y); } // calculate which leg is behind, so as to leave that leg trailing in the jump animation // (This code is reliant on the specific run cycle offset in our animations, // and assumes one leg passes the other at the normalized clip times of 0.0 and 0.5) float runCycle = Mathf.Repeat (animator.GetCurrentAnimatorStateInfo (0).normalizedTime + advancedSettings.runCycleLegOffset, 1); float jumpLeg = (runCycle < half ? 1 : -1) * forwardAmount; if (onGround) { animator.SetFloat ("JumpLeg", jumpLeg); } // the anim speed multiplier allows the overall speed of walking/running to be tweaked in the inspector, // which affects the movement speed because of the root motion. if (onGround && moveInput.magnitude > 0) { animator.speed = animSpeedMultiplier; } else { // but we don't want to use that while airborne animator.speed = 1; } } void OnAnimatorIK(int layerIndex) { // we set the weight so most of the look-turn is done with the head, not the body. animator.SetLookAtWeight(1, 0.2f, 2.5f); // if a transform is assigned as a look target, it overrides the vector lookPos value if (lookTarget != null) { lookPos = lookTarget.position; } // Used for the head look feature. animator.SetLookAtPosition( lookPos ); } void SetUpAnimator() { // this is a ref to the animator component on the root. animator = GetComponent<Animator>(); // we use avatar from a child animator component if present // (this is to enable easy swapping of the character model as a child node) foreach (var childAnimator in GetComponentsInChildren<Animator>()) { if (childAnimator != animator) { animator.avatar = childAnimator.avatar; Destroy (childAnimator); break; } } } public void OnAnimatorMove() { // we implement this function to override the default root motion. // this allows us to modify the positional speed before it's applied. rigidbody.rotation = animator.rootRotation; if (onGround && Time.deltaTime > 0) { Vector3 v = (animator.deltaPosition * moveSpeedMultiplier) / Time.deltaTime; // we preserve the existing y part of the current velocity. v.y = rigidbody.velocity.y; rigidbody.velocity = v; } } //used for comparing distances class RayHitComparer: IComparer { public int Compare(object x, object y) { return ((RaycastHit)x).distance.CompareTo(((RaycastHit)y).distance); } } }
  5. Joey I did post this already but I posted this in off topic and I thought I should post it as a tutorial
  6. Hey guys, I just posted a youtube video on how to make a creepy forest in unity. It's pretty simple but I thought it might help people out. Feel free to give me feedback/ criticism if you want https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kK5ePQ-j0o&list=UU6y0_xUA0HMN1vrapFoOk0A
  7. Hey guys, I just posted a youtube video on how to make a creepy forest in unity. It's pretty simple but I thought it might help people out. Feel free to give me feedback/ criticism if you want http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kK5ePQ-j0o&list=UU6y0_xUA0HMN1vrapFoOk0A
  8. Hey guys, I've been trying to add mecanim and nav mesh to the AI script in the fps kit. I am confused on what to add and what to remove. If you guys can help me out this will help my project out a bunch. Thanks var moveSpeed = 3; //move speed var rotationSpeed = 3; //speed of turning var attackRange = 3; // distance within which to attack var chaseRange = 10; // distance within which to start chasing var giveUpRange = 20; // distance beyond which AI gives up var attackRepeatTime : float = 1.5; // delay between attacks when within range var anim : GameObject; var maximumHitPoints = 5.0; var hitPoints = 5.0; var attack : AudioClip; private var chasing = false; private var attackTime : float; var checkRay : boolean = false; var idleAnim : String = "idle"; var walkAnim : String = "walk"; var attackAnim : String = "attack"; var dontComeCloserRange : int = 4; private var myTransform : Transform; //current transform data of this enemy function Awake(){ myTransform = transform; //cache transform data for easy access/preformance anim.animation.wrapMode = WrapMode.Loop; anim.animation[attackAnim].wrapMode = WrapMode.Once; anim.animation[attackAnim].layer = 2; anim.animation.Stop(); } function Start(){ target = GameObject.FindWithTag("Player").transform; } function Update () { // check distance to target every frame: var distance = (target.position - myTransform.position).magnitude; if (distance < dontComeCloserRange){ moveSpeed = 0; anim.animation[idleAnim].speed = .4; anim.animation.CrossFade(idleAnim); }else{ moveSpeed = Random.Range(4, 6); anim.animation.CrossFade(walkAnim); } if (chasing) { //move towards the player myTransform.position += myTransform.forward * moveSpeed * Time.deltaTime; //rotate to look at the player myTransform.rotation = Quaternion.Slerp(myTransform.rotation, Quaternion.LookRotation(target.position - myTransform.position), rotationSpeed*Time.deltaTime); transform.eulerAngles = Vector3(0, transform.eulerAngles.y, 0); // give up, if too far away from target: if (distance > giveUpRange) { chasing = false; } // attack, if close enough, and if time is OK: if (distance < attackRange && Time.time > attackTime) { anim.animation[attackAnim].speed = 2.0; anim.animation.CrossFade(attackAnim); target.SendMessage( "PlayerDamage", maximumHitPoints); attackTime = Time.time + attackRepeatTime; audio.PlayOneShot(attack, 1.0 / audio.volume); } } else { // not currently chasing. anim.animation[idleAnim].speed = .4; anim.animation.CrossFade(idleAnim); // start chasing if target comes close enough if (distance < chaseRange) { chasing = true; } } } function OnDrawGizmosSelected (){ Gizmos.color = Color.yellow; Gizmos.DrawWireSphere (transform.position, attackRange); Gizmos.color = Color.red; Gizmos.DrawWireSphere (transform.position, chaseRange); }
  9. Thanks
  10. Hey im making a zombie survival game with the fps kit and Im trying to make the map. I want to make a big map similar in style to dayz (but not as big or good looking). I have some models but I have no experience in level design or map making. Any tips, advice, or instruction would be great, Thanks!
  11. Oh thanks that makes a lot more sense.
  12. Wait im confused, What function would it do?
  13. Im making a game using the fps kit 1.3.5 and I saw this thing called nav mesh for npc navigation in unity. Is there any way I can use this to make the zombie AI avoid obstacles? Thanks
  14. Ive tried changing the speed var in public but it does nothing
  15. I want (When the fps kit 1.3.5 zombie is idle) the zombie to walk around randomly when the zombie has no target in sight. Also when I change the move speed of the AI script in the inspector it still keeps the speed for the zombie the same.