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  1. Hi everyone! It started as a project for my daughter (she was at the age of about 2). She loved two apps I had on my old iPad - both were animated/interactive scenes. Just tap somewhere and see what happens. She loved it. On my way to find more apps like that, I had a hard time, so I decided to try to make one myself. So, this is it. I did some research, found Monogame, found Spriter, and the great SpriterDotNet implementation from loodakrawa. I love working with that. And although I am not a great artist, I tried my best. As my daughter liked the result much, I decided to actually publish the app now for Android and even iOS lately. I am really amazed by the ease a game can be ported nowadays. In case you want to have a look (all animations and sound-triggers were done using Spriter), here are the links to the screencast-movie and store-links (warning: it's a paid app now!): Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RraciSqa8gM Google PlayStore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.heicompany.nana.camping Amazon AppStore: http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B0758F4HST/ref=mas_pm_camping Apple AppStore https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/crayon-camping-adventure/id1397051319?l=de&ls=1&mt=8 Please consider: the game aims kids aged 4 or less. So don't expect fancy achievements or other goals. I didn't even implement any menu, options, or text to read. Kids at that age usually can't read yet. Also, I didn't add any in-App-Purchases or advertising. I really dislike that myself and rather pay for an app. But also I was shocked, that other apps targeting kids claim to be free and are full of that stuff. So, no wonder that nobody really finds my app in the stores - everybody just scans the "for free"-stuff. But that's ok. It was fun making it anyway. In case you're interested, have a look. I'm pleased if I was able to make someone other than close friends happy with it. You all have a great day! And thanks for the great software and as well as the great community! Heiko PS: the mexican guitarrist at the lower left is the only animation done with bones. Whenever I make another game, I plan to use that a lot more. It worked really well! PPS: Happy to ready what you think.
  2. Hello, I´m currently trying to import my spriter animations into Unity 2017. I imported all the unitypackages and dragged the folder with my scml.data as I was told in various tutorials. But neither an animation controller nor any animation clips (for example walking.anim) are created like they are in the grey guy example. Currently I don`t find any solutions for whaat I can do, but I saw in this post: that Konckeri solved it adding UnityAnimator animator = gameObject.GetComponent<SpriterDotNetBehaviour>().Animator; UnityAnimator animator = gameObject.GetComponent<SpriterDotNetBehaviour>().Animator; assignment in script and to use the Spriter.asset. But I don't know what that means... I created a new Script and added that line but I got this error in the compiler: "Can't Find UnityAnimator" (missing) Thank you very much!!
  3. I wonder which is the latest stable version I could use with SpriterDotNet. I run a few test in Unity 5.3.2f1 and I encounter some problems: if I create the project with webplayer as the built environment I get System.IO.File error, I think is for the permission from the player to read files and folders, I change the build settings and use PC stand alone and that error is fix. I place the SpriterDotNet package in the assets, but when I try to insert a spriter folder inside I get a warning “Missing Asset: Assets/GreyGuy/feet/…” and so on. If I try to insert the prefab on stage I get the error “ ArgumentNullException: Argument cannot be null. Parameter name: key” More info I spot: If I use the grey guy from the example package it works. The .meta files from the example package seems to be diferents. If I use the images and metas from the example on my test the import work. I’m not really sure about any important difference. If I explore the prefab on stage player / Sprites / Pivor 0 / Sprite 0 the inspector tell me there is not any sprite for this. Is an issue on Unity side or on SpriterDotNet ? WORKING_throw_blur_0.png.meta TEST_throw_blur_0.png.meta
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