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When you consider buying assets from the Unity Asset Store, you might be stuck on buying complete engines, or perhaps that amazing looking dragon, or awesome landscape generators. These are all great ideas! However, if you want to truly tell a story that hits home, more often than not you’re going to need some human connection. You’re going to need to have characters that tell their own stories. You’re going to need the Dialogue System for Unity.
Coming up with the dialogue for your characters is often hard enough. Trying to balance the emotional with the comedic. Trying to be mysterious but not so much that your player’s can’t tell what’s going on. There’s a lot to consider. For Indie Developers such as ourselves often we can get bogged down in that and not even realize the massive task we have ahead. Designing and implementing the dialogue tree that we took forever to write. The Dialogue System for Unity was designed to take that off of our backs, and we need to thank them for it!
The asset comes with demo’s and tutorials to help you get your words into the game as quickly as possible, and there’s even a forum where you can exchange thoughts and ideas with the publisher and their community.
You’ll be able to build large, dynamic, branching conversation trees! Make your cutscenes come to life and so much more. If it has to do with dialogue, then the Dialogue System for Unity is your go to!
How Are Others Using the Dialogue System for Unity?
Heavily, heavily, heavily…. okay, that’s enough heavily, but seriously the reviews are weighted in the incredibly positive direction. Games of all types use dialogue in one way or another and the Dialogue System for Unity was designed to step in and take that job on for your no matter what.
Simple to get started, and complex enough to suit your needs. You will not regret using this asset for your projects! Once you have it, if you need more inspiration, check out our latest (and old! Sorry!) #YGTInspiration post! A new one is coming soon!
Have you used the Dialogue System for Unity? How did it work for you?