christmas-lights VS raycast-bouncing-bullets

Compare christmas-lights vs raycast-bouncing-bullets and see what are their differences.


Learn how to add Christmas lights into your game, for free with this tutorial repository! (by llamacademy)


Learn how to use Vector3.Reflect to upgrade your Raycast/Hitscan bullets so they can ricochet or bounce off any objects! (by llamacademy)
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christmas-lights raycast-bouncing-bullets
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0.6 1.0
5 months ago about 2 months ago
C# C#
MIT License MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of raycast-bouncing-bullets. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-05-05.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing christmas-lights and raycast-bouncing-bullets you can also consider the following projects:

Unity-Guide - Unity Engine Guide

worldspace-health-bars - Learn how to implement Worldspace Health Bars in this tutorial repository with accompanying video tutorial.

destructible-objects - Learn how to add destructible objects into your game - for free! In this tutorial you'll learn how to destroy any individual game object with a common "replacement" technique. Clean up afterwards with a subtle fade out effect.

lerping-fundamentals - Lerping is one of the foundational things you need to know about in video game development! There are so many use cases for lerping it's impossible to name them all! Almost any time you want to rotate, move, or change a value over time, lerping is an option.

ai-series-part-34 - In this tutorial repository you will learn how to make a NavMeshAgent traverse a NavMesh without using SetDestination nor the mouse to click-to-move. We'll use the keyboard to move the NavMeshAgent along the NavMesh instead, apply a configurable smoothing to the inputs so the agent doesn't abruptly swap directions and rotations.

UnityCore - A collection of essential game systems for Unity 3D. These generic systems can be applied to any Unity project.