ShaderLab Gamedev

Open-source ShaderLab projects categorized as Gamedev

Top 23 ShaderLab Gamedev Projects

  • Anime-Speed-Lines

    Post-processing effect to procedurally generate a anime/manga-style vignette of lines typically used to portray speed or surprise.

  • InfluxDB

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  • UnitySmoothPixelFiltering

    A unity shader for smooth pixel filtering, based on CptPotato's smooth filtering

  • juicy-springs

    Transform your simple, bland transitions and movement into juicy springy movement!

  • baked-animation-meshes

    Learn how to bake animations as a series of "snapshots" of meshes.

  • persistent-data

    Learn how to save and load data in Unity - avoiding common mistakes and dangerous serialization techniques many other tutorials will tell you to use!

  • raycasting-explained

    In this tutorial repository I aim to make it really clear how each of the Ray, Sphere, Box, and Capsule casts work, look, behave, and how you can use each one of them to achieve your "casting" goals!

  • ai-series-part-32

    Learn how NavMeshAgent obstacle avoidance works... in DEPTH! In this deep dive into NavMeshAgent avoidance you'll learn 5 key takeaways for improving NavMeshAgent avoidance using the Unity Navigation System, no external assets needed!

  • SaaSHub

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  • urp-fading-standard-shaders

    Learn how you can easily fade out objects that are using the standard URP shaders that obstruct view to the player using C# code!

  • bullet-impacts

    In this tutorial you will learn how to create a basic RigidBody Bullet that on impact, will have a particle system play at the impact location based on the material of the object the bullet collides with.

  • ai-series-part-42

    Learn how to combine a Root Motion animated model with a NavMeshAgent. This gives you all the pathing benefits and local avoidance of the Navigation System with the precise animation you expect from Root Motion.

  • line-renderer-collider

    Learn how to dynamically generate a collider that aligns to your Line Renderer regardless of shape or size of your Line Renderer

  • ai-series-part-27

    In this tutorial repository you will learn how to make NavMeshAgents surround a target instead of blindly chasing to the center point of their target at a customizable radius.

  • 3d-model-ui-preview

    Learn how to show animated 3D Models on your UI using a Canvas, Render Texture, and any 3d model

  • async-scene-transitions

    Learn how to implement a framework to manage animations between scenes.

  • projectile-trajectory

    Learn how to use a Line Renderer and a basic kinematic equation to show the trajectory of any projectile! We're using a grenade in this case, but it can be applied to cannon balls, bullets affected by gravity, throwing a banana, or any other projectile!

  • mobile-touch-inputs

    In this tutorial repository you can learn how to add a Touch Movement Joystick to control your player using the New Input System.

  • flamethrower

    In this repository you can learn how to implement a flamethrower that damages enemies over time, including applying a burning effect to the enemy (by llamacademy)

  • unity-iap-2023

    Learn how to set up Unity IAP for both Google Play and the Apple App Store

  • ai-series-part-38

    Learn how to create your very own Companion AI! In this tutorial video you will learn how to create a companion that follows the player when the player moves, rotates around the player when idle, and attacks nearby Attackable GameObjects when they come within range!

  • ai-series-part-41

    In this Unity tutorial, learn how to make your AI throw accurate projectiles at stationary or moving targets given only a maximum allowable throw

  • ai-series-part-29

    Learn how to make NavMeshAgents find valid cover spots from another target object.

  • read-texture-data

    Learn how to sample a 2D texture and get a weighted randomness value based on an arbitrary color attribute

  • ai-series-part-40

    Learn how you can implement the jobs system to improve the performance of Line of Sight checking for your AI!

  • SaaSHub

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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    1 project | /r/UnityHelp | 9 Nov 2022
  • A lot of people copy/paste tutorial code without understanding what's going on, so to help with that, I started a Unity-focused C# Basics series aimed at absolute beginners. Here's part 7 where I teach about Composition (you've probably been using it this whole time!)! Learn C# in a Unity-context! F

    1 project | /r/unity_tutorials | 6 Sep 2022
  • Game feel boring or bland? Add some JUICE with Springs! This powerful tool can take your simple, boring motion into juicy springy motion in no time flat! Full Unity Tutorial in Comments!

    1 project | /r/gamedev | 7 Aug 2022
  • Objects Obstructing View of Your Player? Don't know how to write your own shaders? You can just fade out those objects that are in the way using C# and the built-in Unity URP shaders!

    1 project | /r/gamedev | 24 Jul 2022
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