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Games for Touch Walls

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One future I see for our little company? Definitely something like this:

A StarWars game called FleetCommander, played on a 8160 by 2304 pixel wide touch screen.

Well, let me correct that. A touch wall.

Reading Strings out of an XML file using C# in Unity 3D

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Update

The code for this project has seen extensive changes and has since been migrated to GitHub. Read more about it over here – and then go forth and fork it. It is released under a Creative Commons License, so you are free to build upon it.

Since I already played around with XML in C#, this part of the project was easier to do than before.

What is it supposed to do?

Basically, I could simply hard-code most of my strings used in the game directly into the code – no one would notice the difference anyway. But obviously, this is not a very good idea, both because editing strings and later translating them becomes a pain.

Creating some data that would allow me to get strings out of an XML file would solve this problem – and, if the code is good enough, be reusable in later games.

It would allow me to edit text independently of the game code and add translations on a later date.

Writing XML Log Files in Unity 3D using C#

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Update

The code for this project has seen extensive changes and has since been migrated to GitHub. Read more about it over here – and then go forth and fork it. It is released under a Creative Commons License, so you are free to build upon it.

Since I want to make some basic statistics for my game at Fantoche, I needed some basic logging function of the player’s position.

Flying Penguins!

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Awesome.

[via imaginary foundation].