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.
Watch a video to see what it's all about!
A fantastic resource!
Without this product, I wouldn't have a project. Or rather, I would, but it would have ground to a halt as I spent hundreds of hours trying to make something even remotely as effective as the Pathfinding Project. I would much rather spend tens of hours learning documentation (which this product is replete with), than hundreds of hours trying to reinvent the wheel.Owen
Not only does the software deliver, but it is well designed, has an intuitive UI and the website has comprehensive How To's, Tutorials and documentation. Well done!Micky Duncan
You must defend the Tavern controlling multiples heroes against hordes of enemies.
The A* Pathfinding Project power us to run in a mobile 10 to 20 units in realtime using a 4k nodes grid without any problem, even when doing constant weight updates and using nice modifiers like the Alternative Path modifier.
Folk Tale will be a sandbox fantasy city builder strategy game in which you lead a ragtag band of peasants in growing a small settlement into a thriving market town, while the dastardly Slavemaster Urzal and his minions plot your downfall. Sound the rallying call and head out into the wilds with parties of heroes and fight back the tide of evil in a game of endless possibilities. Folk Tale for PC, Mac and Linux is developed by indie collaboration studio Games Foundry.Check it out
Cubemen is an action packed, original 3D Tower Defense game that mixes TD and RTS in the most exciting way possible!
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!