© Adam Sinicki 2017

Adam Sinicki, Learn Unity for Android Game Development, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-2704-6_8

8. Expanding the Game World with Checkpoints, Levels, and Save Files

Adam Sinicki

(1)Guildford, Surrey, UK

A lot of this book is optional. Really, you’re already at a point where you can build a nearly-finished game. It now runs on Android, it has animations and sound, and by extrapolating from what you’ve already learned, you can probably create a bunch of new elements and wrap it up into a “complete” game. Of course, I hope you’ll stick with me until the end, because as I think it will result in a better finished product and more coding knowledge for you. (Plus you’ll learn how to build virtual reality apps.)

With that said, ...

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