ABC – Ability & Combat Toolkit – downloa Unity asset
ABC is an Editor Extension Toolkit which allow you to easily create abilities and also provides many other combat related features, all in a simple to use interface.
For all types of games from 3rd Person to FPS; create melee attacks, combos, magic spells and more with an infinite number of effects like healing an ally, pushing objects or inflicting damage.
The toolkit also comes with animations, graphics, audio and other features relating to abilities and combat including health/mana management, AI, targeting and more.
– Attack Combo system
– Health/Mana System
– Target and Auto Target System
– Blocking & Parrying
– Automatic Object Pooling
– Stat Creation
– Scroll-able Abilities
– Full Animator Control
– Animation Clip Runner
– Weapon equipping/unequipping functionality
– Hit Reaction System
– Fully Interactive Icon Toolbar/Book
– Export & Import System
– Graphics, Animations and Audio Assets
– Ammo & Reload System
– 2 Playable Demos
– UI System showing target info, health/mana, ability activation progress and more
– Ability Grouping allowing abilities to become enabled/disabled on certain events
– Game Creator Asset Integration
– Emeraid AI Integration
– Plus more!
Asset version: 1.5
Create a magnitude of abilities from melee attacks to magic spells, with no coding required. Each ability can be configured to apply an infinite number of effects like healing an ally, pushing an object or damaging an enemy. Abilities can be created for all types of games from third person action to first person shooters.
Make almost any ability imaginable each with its own graphic and unique features. Easily create a chain of combo attacks, a gun shot or lightning that flies from above to shock foes.
All ABC configuration options are held in UI windows which are easy to navigate and use. Abilities and ABC features can be setup within minutes, with settings grouped within sections. Additional diagnostic and logging can be enabled to aid with ability testing and tracking.
Over 30,000 lines of code have been written to jump start your game with a click of a few buttons.