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Discussion in 'FPS.Sample Game' started by 99thmonkey, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. 99thmonkey

    99thmonkey

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    Any chance of posting (on Github) a lite weight version which does not include any of the scenes or models? Also having it in it's own folder (like _FPSSample) so that all the assets are consolidated.

    I'm asking because it would be nice to have a "functionality only" version that is as up to date as the full version for download and use with my own game/experience. Plus having it in it's own main folder will help keep things tidy.

    Thanks for listening!
     
  2. KudoJimmy

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    Yes and it would reduce the size from 18 GB. I would love to download this but due to its size, there is no way I can do it.

    BTW: anybody has a Standalone version? I want to play and test it..
     
  3. HTMHell

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    +1
    It'll be great to have just the menu, and an option to create / join a server, to an empty scene (maybe just plane as a ground).

    That way we could easily use the net code, and create our own game.
     
  4. allenWTF

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    Totally agree! I would like to use only networking layer of FPS Sample project if this is possible ofc
     
  5. antey3064

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    Totally agree!
     
  6. L_Vi

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    Totally agree with this. My first move after downloading the project was to tear it apart and start studying it from the ground up.
    Example...
    Bootstrapper.scene -> Game.cs -> GameDebug, Console, ConfigVar -> LevelManager -> *GameLoop

    My goal is to strip it down to functional bare bones and then start adding things back in from there.
     
  7. Jesus

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    100% agree too.

    While it's great that they're showing off some nice art assets, the example projects should be much simpler and smaller to use if you don't want the whole thing.

    A Lite Pack weighing in at the 500MB to 1GB range with a lobby + 2 simple levels + 4 characters all at low-ish resolution (LOD1 + <2k textures), and an optional HD version at the current ~20-40GB size would be the way to go.

    Even if you strip down a lot of things from a project after you download it, the Library folder seems to just keep swelling over time anyway so that bloats up horribly.
     
  8. Que

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    FYI
    There are smaller packages for you to try. This is not the first free project provided by Unity3D.
    Check it out here.
    https://unity3d.com/learn
     
  9. Ryiah

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  10. Lurking-Ninja

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    LOL.

    * Unity does not provide real-life examples, only tutorial-like small examples or demos
    - why Unity does not work on real games which can be dismantled so we can learn from the project?

    * Unity starts to work on a real example with all the bells and whistles
    - why Unity provide full game slice example, they should provide small tutorial-like examples!

    Well...they don't have a hat at the moment.
     
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