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  • 07/25/18 03:45 PM

    Arcadia Library released on Unity Asset Store

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    Game Troopers

    Arcadia Library is a navigation solution for custom menus using Unity3D, allowing an easy flow between panels.

    • This plugin allows the management of different menus with functions, storing history to back to the previous panels and dispatching events on each menu status, as: on menu loaded, show, hide, focused and unfocused.
       
    • Supports Show and Hide functions.
       
    • Menus are separated in ‘groups’, which means that you can initialize only the desired menus instead of maintain all of them on scene at the same time.
       
    • ‘Layers’ concept. Only one menu can be shown simultaneously by layer, what it means that the current active menus on the same layer will be hidden to made easy the user flow.
       
    • Also supports controller input, storing the last selected button/selectable on menus to make easy the navigation flow between panels.
       
    • Default show and hide animations. In addition, animations can be fully customized by user.

    Code features

    • Based on two classes:
      • Menu: Each UI panel or menu inherits from this class.
      • MenuManager: Manages all the menus in the game, offering methods to initialize, show and hide them.
    • All the menus can be loaded during game initialization or manually by group ID.
    • Menus are indexed using the type of the classes that inherit from Menu.
    • Each layer has an stack that stores all the opened menus. Closing a menu of a layer will automatically open the next menu on the stack, if any.
    • The layer for each menu is defined on the inspector view.
    • Buttons in the menus are loaded during the initialization and are disabled only during the hide animation of the menu.

    More info about the library:

    - Unity Asset Store: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/#!/content/121233

    - Game Troopers Website: http://gametroopers.net/

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