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Virtual thumbsticks

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by Code_Helix, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. Code_Helix

    Code_Helix

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    Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows how to or can point me to a tutorial that will show me how to make virtual thumbsticks.
     
  2. TeotiGraphix

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    There is code in the AngryBots demo that shows you how to implement Joysticks which are "thumbsticks" for mobile games.

    Mike
     
  3. tigerfoot

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    There are also several examples in Standard Assets (Mobile) package.
     
  4. Code_Helix

    Code_Helix

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    Thanks for the help. I'm wanting to do it in C# and notice that those are in Javascript. I'm gonna try and see if I can convert them myself but if you know of where I can find it already converted that be awesome. Anyways, thanks again for the help.
     
  5. tigerfoot

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    I use .js so i wouldnt know about C#.
     
  6. TeotiGraphix

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    Hi,

    It's not really that hard to convert them to C#. I was just going to be doing that as well for some future projects.

    I really do find porting things from javascript in to C# in Unity greatly increases your understanding of the mechanics of the logic. I would recommend doing that. If you already know C# a bit I can't see those scripts taking that long to port.

    Mike