Receiver news and updates

Receiver has been updated with some nice new features like flashlight, Smith&Wesson Model 10 revolver and Glock 17. The weapon reload/safety/trigger hanling is still very realistic and complete.

The game also has been submitted to Steam Greenlight, you can vote for it here: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=92927535

And last but not least: the Unity3D project source code is now available on github: https://github.com/David20321/7dfps

Yes, those Wolfire guys are really amazing. Check out their blog for news about Receiver and their main project named “Overgrowth”.

Dédale going on Steam!

Sergey Mohov, AKA @krides, is currently pushing his much addictive Unity powered puzzle game named Dédale on Steam.

The game is currently available on the Apple Asset Store, if you have an iPhone and haven’t already try it, you should, it’s definitely worth the 99 cents!

Dédale is now in the “Steam Greenlight” process and needs every vote available to get published ASAP!

So click on the link below, get logged in and vote for it! Thanks for him 😉

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=92938182

Advanced network coding for Unity3D

If you don’t know it yet, you should take a look at uLink, an awesome plugin enhancing network coding for Unity3D (because, yes, the default Unity3D networking API is not that good).

They work on some well known titles like Battlestar Galactica MMO (Bigpoint), ShadowGun (Madfingers) and Interstellar Marines (Zero Point Software) which I already talked about in this post.

Check out their website, I’ll post more technical details soon.

Unity3D best practices: 50 tips and tricks to know

Herman Tulleken has listed not less than 50 tips and tricks to know before starting a Unity3D based project.

These best practices focus not only on coding but also on assets and project workflow.

Of course, all is not to be taken literally but most of the points raised can save you a lot of headaches during your project…
It is very comprehensive, so both noobs and experts will find useful info here.

Here is the list: http://devmag.org.za/2012/07/12/50-tips-for-working-with-unity-best-practices/

Any additional thing you think about? Post it in comments!

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