Lightning fast pathfinding for Unity3D. Whether you write a TD, RTS, FPS or RPG game, this package is for you. With heavily optimized algorithms and a large feature set but yet simple to use, you will be able to make those bots a bit smarter in no time.
Navmesh cutting is used on Recast graphs (automatically generated navmeshes) to provide fast graph updates with high precision even in very large worlds.
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Fantastic asset and incredible support
I bought this asset a while back, but as a playmaker user I didn't went through it yet. The documentation is really detailled, every thing a coder needs is in it. However, as non coder, I had some troubles making it work with my setup of FSM. I went on the forum and the creator answered my questions in less than an hour! He's been really helpfull, patient, and quick. A real model for asset creators! Now thanks to his help I can start to fully exploit this incredible asset without much difficulty; A must buy for anyone who needs some proper AIs!Arnoob
Package full of goodness!
Pathfinding has always been a bit tricky to get right. But you can stop those thougts right now. This package has got you set up in no time. It can look daunting in the beginning, but it's really simple. So if you are serious about your game, and want a solid solution, then look no further. Besides, the cost of developing such a capable solution will be substantially higher than just getting this package.Aheydeck
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And it uses the A* Pathfinding Project!
It was a finalist in the 2012 Unity Awards. Cubemen 2 has now been released as well, it is also using the A* Pathfinding Project!