Know any good Belt Scroller code? (legend of mana like)

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  1. Seeru Somnii

    Seeru Somnii New Member

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    Hi fellas,
    I have an ideia to create a side-scroller, but with up and down movements (legend of mana like) and with jumps.
    The game will have some allies and foes NPCs fighting on the field.
    I wanna know if anyone can indicate a good code on Unity that can summarize all of this points (or at least some of them).


    I'm not from this planeverse, so sorry for my bad english!!!
     
  2. 3ph0r

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    The question is confusing. are you asking for already made code?
     
  3. Seeru Somnii

    Seeru Somnii New Member

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    Sorry, I think I was too vague and for that my question became so confusing.

    But I'm searching for "half-made" code or better than this a tutorial. Because I only found tutorials about side scroller games and nothing about a belt scroller game (final fight/double dragon/battletoads alike....) or even something like "belt scroller rpg" Legend of Mana.

    I am searching some first steps on this type of gameplay: a half made or tutorial or git hub sketch...
     

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