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PlayMaker 1.3.2 for Unity3D (x86/x64)

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25-07-2012, 00:34 | Posted by: users | Views: 7

PlayMaker 1.3.2 for Unity3D (x86/x64)

PlayMaker 1.3.2 for Unity3D (x86/x64) | 1,15 Gb

Advanced extension for Unity3D. Allowing no knowledge of programming languages use a visual scripting. Thanks PlayMaker you can easily create their own games, it is based on blocks of activities and events. It has hundreds of built-in scripts and works with all classes of Unity. Now you do not have to write code by hand, all this will do the PlayMaker


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In addition to the distribution represented by the video tutorial in English. Have the extension *. Webm prosmatrivayutsya any player, and supports the extension. If the view is not possible,
then update the set of video codecs from the site http://www.codecguide.com

Extras. Information:
This extension is presented as a demonstration. After it is recommended to buy it in the Unity Store

Year / Date: 2011
Version: 1.3.2
Developer: Hutong Games LLC
Web Developer: http://www.hutonggames.com
Bit depth: 32bit +64 bit
Language: English
System Requirements: Unity 3.5


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