Hey Guys and Girls.. I am trying to decide whether i should go UE4 or Unity So here's the setup, i want to create a small 2.5d platformer much like Probotector on the NES. Probably at first not with the best intensity and planning rating but as a starter up project. That will evolve later in the bigger plan of a strategic 3rdPS.. but start small.. a 2.5 simple platformer would not be that hard i think to start with. I want to build 3d models that fit together like a robot but during the game the powerups or bought extensions could be places onto the character in the character creation screen of the player. Each places extension subtracts to a value of energy, which subtracts to other attributes, this is a script i know how to make if the underlaying structure is made. I know this is a huge undertaking for a coding noob. I can reverse engineer anything but a blank screen is a no go yet. Are there assets that have something i could extract from it that do that? A Game that visually does something simular would be Black Art 2, which i came accross. But is another game entirely, just something like that creation screen is what i need. And for the bigger picture, 3rd person shooter mechanics ofcourse, but i need one element. Be able to capture an object with a radius around it. Example If player Interacts with object Get player "team" variable If "Team"variable == 1 Set object "Shpere"value 1. If the player from team 2 enters the Sphere around the object after a player from team 1 captured it. Reduce weapon damage 50% If Object is resetted to value 0 ( no team) Kill players within the sphere. This will mount up to Spheres that have overlapping opbjects. like i place an array of towers and team 2 capyures an object, the spheres overlap. And to play around with that mechanic. Much like the Operations in BF1 or Conquest mode in Unreal, if you reach a stage you go forward depending on the objective. I Am looking for scripts or templated i can use and reverse engineer to do this for me. I have no clue on how to start coding this from scratch. I can learn sure, and i am learning, but just curious if there is a time saver out there.