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Beginning Game Development with Amazon Lumberyard: Create 3D Games Using Amazon Lumberyard and Lua by Jaken Chandler Herman

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© Jaken Chandler Herman 2019
J. C. HermanBeginning Game Development with Amazon Lumberyardhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5073-0_10

10. Setting Up a User Interface

Jaken Chandler Herman1 
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Conroe, TX, USA
 

When we run our game, the level starts immediately. However, you can imagine most modern games typically start with a title menu with the name of the game as well as a button we can click to start the gameplay. In this chapter, we will explore the process of creating a user interface (UI) using canvases, Script Canvases, and the UI Editor. Before we begin, we first need to make sure that UI assets provided by Amazon Lumberyard are in our game project. While we will be creating our own user interface rather than using the provided UI, we still ...

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