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Learn how to transition your Unity NavMeshAgent AI into a Ragdoll state on death with AI Series Part 39!
2 projects | reddit.com/r/gamedev | 5 May 2022
Learn how to transition your NavMeshAgent AI into a Ragdoll state on death with AI Series Part 39!
3 projects | reddit.com/r/unity | 3 May 2022
This tutorial and accompanying repository ends up being a playable zombie shooter that incorporates several previous tutorials including: * Click to Move & Chasing a Player (Part 1) * Animated NavMeshAgents (Part 3) * AI Attacking Nearby Objects (Part 6) * AI Checking Line of Sight (Part 29) * Ragdoll Models * Raycast Shooting
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