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Unity 3D Game Development by Example by Ryan Henson Creighton

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'Tis volley

What kind of game are we going to make? Well, let's pretend that you are totally pumped up about volleyball (work with me here). All you can think about night and day is volleyball. You dream about it at bedtime. You play it every chance you get. So, when it comes to making your first game in Unity, there's no question: you have to make a volleyball game.

Let's back away from that idea a little and, using what we learned in Chapter 2, Let's Start with the Sky, evaluate the difficulty level of a volleyball game. Volleyball features two teams of six players on either side of a net. A server hits a ball with his hands over the net, and the teams cooperate to keep the ball in the air, hitting it back and forth over the net. The rally ends ...

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