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« on: May 08, 2016, 01:37:20 PM »

I made a brief video on how I have used modular scripting in Potions: A Curious Tale to help with the development of my game.

In short, I am using lots of various scripts to control behaviors and can smack a set of them on a game object, play with some public variables and get a creature with unique behaviors in just a couple of minutes! Not to mention how great it is to have a "stat" component on all creatures or even how awesome it is to be able to create new spells with a few click and drags!

While this may be obvious to some more experienced developers, I've had many people ask me about these scripts in my previous vlogs and streams, so I took the time to give a quick overview of why they are useful! Check it out!

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