RPG Inventory Systems: Intermediate Unity C# Coding

RPG Inventory Systems: Intermediate Unity C# Coding Course Site

Implement An RPG-Style Inventory System. All Code Base Provided As A Flexible Asset Pack. Improve your C#

What you’ll learn

RPG Inventory Systems: Intermediate Unity C# Coding Course Site

  • How to implement and layout your inventory UI (user interface) so that the panels, buttons, slots, and icons make sense.
  • How to use useful UI components like the Scroll View Asset and the Grid Layout Group to more easily structure your inventory UI.
  • Learn how to use the drag-and-drop system so that players can pick up inventory items and move them to other slots, or drop them into the world.
  • How to use a pickup system with scriptable objects providing the data for specific inventory items.
  • How to use and modify the equipping system so that players can equip weapons and armor from their inventory.
  • Learn how to interface between what the player sees on-screen in their inventory and what your backend system knows should be the appropriate information stored in the inventory.
  • How to use and modify a tooltip system that gives the player information about their inventory items.
  • How to make items stackable so that if a player has more than one of an item it only takes up one inventory slot and displays how many items have been stacked.
  • Learn how to refactor your code so that when a new feature is added, it propagates to all areas of your project without breaking your game.
  • How to build a user interface mockup in Unity 

Requirements

  • You should be able to write basic C# (loops, conditionals, components, etc)
  • Some familiarity with Unity’s APIs is helpful.
  • You should know your way around Unity’s editor.
  • We recommend you take at least the first half of our Complete Unity Developer 2D or 3D, or equivalent, as a pre-requisite.

Description

This course is the second in our RPG series and is designed for intermediate users of Unity.

We will also take you step-by-step through the process of using, modifying, improving and understanding the code that drives the asset pack. 

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