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Unity Animation Event Explained

Objective: learn about Unity Animation Event and how to use them

The title should have been: Death of an Enemy. I was writing about how I made my enemy die under the blows of my character, when I decided to make some research, to improve a little my work.

In search of gold, I found diamonds.

I was planning to make the enemies die after reaching 0 health. By die, I mean that the enemy would stop any activity, trigger a death animation and then, after a while, it would be removed from the scene.




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Daniele Quero, PhD

Daniele Quero, PhD

A professional developer with passion for game developing and skill-growing. A former Nuclear Physics Researcher who changed his life to pursue his dreams

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