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Tutorial #3 - A quick and easy guide to creating multi-user environments in Unity 3D Step 7: Fine tuning So, if you add a floor to your scene you can actually walk about. This way you can test to make sure the player entities are synchronized. If you want to add your own character model, follow these steps. Drag your character on to the 'remotePlayer' prefab found in the 'networkPrefabs' folder, (project section). Add the following scripts to the 'remotePlayer' entity (which will have been reset after you replaced it)... Tutorial #3 - A quick and easy guide to creating multi-user environments in Unity 3D
In Unity 4.3, the engine added native 2D workflows, including Sprites, animation and physics, amongst other improvements. This is bringing all manner of new users to the world of Unity game development, which is great for the community, but to keep users happy, we at Learn Unity have decided to launch a dedicated 2D site to grab all the 2D tutorials and resources into one place. Unity Developer Alex Zanfir has teamed up with Pluralsight, the online training resource, to create a course on Unity.

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