Make A Game Like Pokemon in Unity | #103 - Generic Selector 2

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This is Part 103 of Make a Game Like Pokemon Series in Unity. In the previous video, we started implementing the Generic Selector component and we used it to handle selection in our menu. But right now, we can only change the selection in the menu, we can't use the Z or Action button to choose an item and we can't use the X or back button to go back. So we'll add that functionality to the generic selector in this video. Checkout the 3D Pokemon Course - https://www.patreon.com/posts/65815380 Get the complete project files of this series - https://www.patreon.com/posts/39632268 Get script files for each part of this series (Useful to find mistakes in your script) https://www.patreon.com/posts/script-files-for-38708232 0:00 - Intro 1:19 - Create OnAction & OnBack Events in the selector 2:53 - Setup input for Action & Back actions (For controller support) 5:54 - Invoke the events if input buttons are pressed 6:49 - Subscribe to the events from the Menu State 10:38 - Testing & Reviewing the Geenric Selector code Features I'm planning to cover next https://trello.com/b/RozLw8e6/rpg-game-series If you like this series, consider subscribing to the channel and leave a like on the video to help this channel grow.
Hi, my name is Athul. I'm a Software Engineer who is passionate about Game Programming The problem I'm trying to solve Most of the unity tutorials on youtube are beginner-level that focuses on creating something without considering good practices, design patterns, etc. This is fine when you're making a small game like flappy bird, but for bigger games (like an RPG), it's important to architect it in a scalable way using design patterns and good development practices, otherwise, it will become too messy and frustrating to work on as it grows. I focus on creating intermediate-level tutorial series that covers the creation of games using a good and scalable architecture. Before making a tutorial, I make sure the code is clean and readable. Tutorial series I'm working on Turn-Based RPG like Pokemon in Unity - In this series, I've covered topics like turn-based battle systems, grid-based movement, random encounters with wild pokemon, storing the data of pokemon as scriptable objects
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