Prior to Devdog, I ran an online games industry news media for and about Nordic game developers for nearly two years.
During that time, I often reached out to new game developers directly, apart from interviewing the ones who sent a press release directly to me.
A few weeks ago, we bought a Unity Asset that really let us down.
In developing our own assets, we spend a lot of time on the Asset Store, researching the market and getting inspired.
Item Collections in Inventory Pro are powerful collections that can contain items, stack, unstack, merge items and much, much more.
As we'll soon see, however, these features aren't only useful when creating a traditional RPG inventory system, but can be used in many aspects of your game.
Importing a new Asset into Unity can be a bit of a hassle at times, but if you follow these 9 best-practices, you'll be saving yourself a LOT of headaches!
Rucksack is the most flexible and extensible inventory solution with UNet support that enables you to easily setup player inventories, NPC inventories, banks, premium shops and much more!
Odin puts your Unity workflow on steroids, making it easy to build powerful user-friendly editors for you and your entire team.
With an effortless integration that deploys perfectly into pre-existing workflows, Odin allows you to serialize anything and enjoy Unity with 80+ new inspector attributes, no boilerplate code and so much more!
Quest System Pro is an extremely flexible quest, achievement and dialogue / conversation trees system.
Quests (can) consist of multiple tasks and each task can be progressed through the built-in components, your own code, or using an FSM like PlayMaker. You have full control, allowing you to create ANY type of quest.
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