Developed by Rolling Tank Productions. Single and multiplayer game where you play as Sumo Wrestlers in the form of blocks. Try to push each other out of the ring to win the match!

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How to create a multiplayer game in Unity, where all players use the same keyboard. Including beginner's help.

Posted by leebarguss on Jul 23rd, 2010 Page 1 of 5    
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Hey, this is leeswim247 here.

My plans here are to help people starting out in the gaming development community in order to create their dream games. With me having absolutely no knowledge when it comes round to physically creating a game, this is a learning experience not just for you, but for me as well.

I will keep all of the tutorials here as simple as possible so that developers of all levels can follow easily, and I will be using all of the materials in these tutorials to go into the final version of SumoBlocks (the current game in which I am developing).

To follow these tutorials, simply track the SumoBlocks' Profile.
Or you can visit the Rolling Tank Productions' YouTube page.

Carry onto the next page to see a detailed written version of the tutorial above.

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cW#Ravenblood Jun 29 2010, 6:04am says:

Nice tutorial.
I visited their page, so its true that I have to pay 100,100$ (on words: one-hundret-thousand dollars) for it? (Pro version)

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leebarguss Jun 29 2010, 7:11am replied:

Well, here are the prices:
There are a lot of debates about whether developers should buy the pro version, and most come to the conclusion that "there's really no point". Apparently there aren't enough differences between the free and the pro version for the payment to be worth it. Although, to develop the games on platforms such as the iPhone, you have to make the payment.

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cW#Ravenblood Jun 29 2010, 9:16am replied:

ok, 4000 is much cheaper than 100,000 O.O
But I dont think that this price is ok.

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cW#Ravenblood Jun 29 2010, 11:41am replied:

for what can I use unity?

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leebarguss Jun 29 2010, 3:39pm replied:

Well, it's good, depending on what you're looking to create.
If you have the knowledge, Unity can create some amazing projects.

Check out their portfolio:
It shows you what Unity could create.

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Noesis_Interactive Jul 8 2010, 8:33pm says:

Unity is very affordable compared to most other commercial game engines! You can even develop a game for free and release it commercially but it will have the Unity logo at the beginning (which might not be much of an issue). If you want to use Unity to develop for the iPhone you do have to buy the Unity iPhone license but I think it is currently only around 300 or 400$. Unity FTW!

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