The Simple Game UI - Unity UI template

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  1. playniax

    playniax New Member

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    Hi,

    Just updated the Simple Game UI (previously known as the level manager).

    So what the is the Simple Game UI? Well, probably every game out there has at least a loading, home, pause or game over screen. To handle the different screens or game states, we need a proper manager who can provide a mechanism to know when to change from state “A” to state “B” during gameplay. The Simple Game UI is such a thing. The Simple Game UI provides a persistent class, meaning that it is created and it will persist throughout the game session, even if you switch scenes. The Simple Game UI will manage the different screens and can hold game data that has to be maintained throughout the game session like number of lives, current level, purchases, etc.

    FEATURES

    • Scene loading progress, pause and game over state etc.
    • Buttons for turning music and sound on / off by the player
    • An info screen with scroll box for sharing instructions, info about your company or how to play the game etc.
    • In-app purchasing button ( removing ads )
    • Unity Ads integrated
    • Play, exit or restart game buttons
    • UI helper scripts for displaying player score, lives and current level
    • Game timing helpers
    • Test keys for debugging
    • Easy to reskin

    I am waiting for the Unity Asset Store for approval but you can already get it here

    Thanks!

     

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