Play JungleShoots here!
JungleShoots is an early attempt of mine at building a first-person shooter using the Unity engine.
The game took about a week to put together, using many references and guides that I found on the internet. It was meant to be a quick test game that I used to learn the ropes of Unity and coding in C#, so it is by no means a complete product.
The game is a simple multi-player FPS where players shoot at each other. Networking is fully functional, allowing up to 20 players to join a room.
JungleShoots(name pending) is fairly bare-bones at the moment. If I decide to work on it later, I would probably add actual character models and animations, sound, AI bots, a scoring system, and a few other simple elements.
Things that I took away from this project:
- Monodevelop/C# coding fundamentals
- Unity Engine basics
- Network coding
- First Person Controllers
- Physics systems
- Collision detection
Unity is an excellent platform to start developing on, there are a great deal of resources available online, and many of them are completely free.
I’ve recently decided to mix things up here on GamingGrad.
The content will be making a shift from news-oriented articles to personal, opinion-based pieces. These will take longer to write, and as a result, will be posted less frequently. Opinion blogging will give me an opportunity to upload quality topics with more substance, which you guys will hopefully find more interesting.
All of the gaming news has been consolidated into a category on the right side of the page, but most of it is outdated so I don’t see why you’d even bother checking that out.
I’m currently immersed in game development, and my future posts will reflect the developmental side of the industry. My writing style may also become more casual, but I’m not sure yet. We’ll see how it goes; hope you guys enjoy the ride!
Sega hits this year’s TGS with a splash by revealing its new trailer for Phantasy Star Nova. Leanne from Resonance of Fate will be making a guest appearance in the upcoming title.
tri-Ace will be developing this spinoff title, and there will be more guest appearances in the form of additional costumes from previous tri-Ace games.
A new Final Fantasy XV trailer has been revealed by Square Enix, featuring tons of gorgeous gameplay footage and a closer look at the game’s cast.
No release date has been set for Final Fantasy XV as of yet, but a demo will be included with Final Fantasy Type-0 HD when it launches in March.
Ubisoft has launched yet another co-op trailer featuring more gameplay for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Unity due for November the 13th.
Unity will feature four different class types with significantly different playstyles for players to experiment with. These classes include a melee expert, agile infiltration guru, stealth master, and medic.