Lean Tween is a good library for UI animations.
This week we have been looking at the things that people like to put off, but which are of enormous importance for the playing experience.
One topic, for example, was the UI animations, which were created with the help of Unity's own animators. The main disadvantage of these is that they request changes at every frame, which is of course a big problem for performance. In most cases, it is sufficient to simply call the UI animation functions manually through events. To achieve this, we have helped ourselves with a very strong free library. LeanTween provides some functions that can modify UI objects. A little tip from us for those who also work in the gamdev area.
However, in order to be able to animate whole panels, we have developed our own system, which contains a list of all objects to be animated, which call other LeanTween functions. If you would like to use this script, please contact us.
Furthermore, we have also improved the algorithm for roof generation and are in the process of setting up a website for our organisation. More about that soon.
Have a great week and of course we will keep you up to date on the Architecture game.