Greetings, a fellow Unity dev here. I've been in love with Unity since I started using it around 2010-ish. Been working with it pretty much daily since then, so feels like I'm seriously late to the party regarding releasing something on the Asset Store. I've always been a sucker for retro, growing up with the consoles from 8 bit and beyond. I miss that look of old televisions that can do magic with pixel art graphics. It gives a certain vibe that I wanted to include in my own games. To make a long story short, I decided to make an advanced such effect myself and hopefully a few others can benefit from it as well, win-win. So, the effect is now on the asset store. This is not just a static effect but a very customizable and scriptable effect, feels a bit like having photoshop in Unity. It's got 20+ effects that you can rearrange in the chain, put them pre or post the CRT pattern. It's also got a very cool scripting feature, basically you can hook up any number of the tweakable parameters to a single slider and decide how they will change when you move it. You can then control that slider though your scripts to make the "television" basically react to your gameplay. I have a ton of ideas for how to expand the scripting features, including full on preset-morphing. I've taken more than a few hints from how software synths operate since I've worked with music quite a lot over the years, and it gave some interesting results. Any and all feedback is very welcome. Link: u3d.as/o7N Support Website (work in progress): http://operationsmash.com/ "Imitate familiar looks or explore new territory with this highly creative effect. The custom editor makes it both fun and fast to edit your look. Browse through a range of built in presets to give you starter points and inspiration. Combine and rearrange any combination of the 20+ included custom effects to compose your look. Use the versatile scripting feature Multi-Fader to animate your effect to make it come alive and sync up with the gameplay. By the way, you can tweak the effect and save the settings while running the game, just hit the Save button. Create a unique looking television effect for your gameworld to set the tone/vibe. This is also the perfect effect to enhance any kind of lo-fi project, be it familiar 8/16 bit styles or completely new ones."