50-Shield Strength Implementation

In this post, the shield strength will be implemented:

  • Visualize the strength of the shield through color changing of the
    shield.
  • Allow for 3 hits on the shield to accommodate visualization

The above requirement can be translated into the following actions:

  • Assign a strength value to the shield
  • Get a handle to the ShieldVisualizer renderer and adjust its color according to the strength value (using Switch statement). To change color, we can use “gameObject.renderer.material.color = Color.red” or similar.

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Progress of developing the classic galaxy shooting game using Unity and C#

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