POLYGON – War Map – WWI – download Unity asset
War Map Synty Studios™ presents –
POLYGON – War Map – WW1
This map pack expands our POLYGON – War Pack into World War 1 with new vehicles, characters, trenches, and more!
◼ Key Features ◼
– WW1 Planes & Blimp
– WW1 Tanks
– WW1 Characters
– Large Trench Warfare Map
◼ Assets ◼
British Soldier, German Soldier
Character Attachments (x14)
British Hats (x3), British Helmets (x2), French Helmet, German Hat, German Helmets (x3), Hat Strap, Gas Masks (x2), Pilot Helmet.
Small Tank, British Tank, German Tank, British Plane, German Plane, Blimp, Artillery, Plus destroyed versions of each.
Craters, Trenches, Debris/Dressing, Barbed Wire, etc
Complete Weapons (x4)
British Rifle, British Heavy Machine Gun + Tripod, German Rifle, German Heavy Machine Gun + Tripod, AA Gun
◼ Compatibility ◼
– Works in Unity 2017.4 and above
– Support Universal Render Pipeline (URP) – URP Guide Here
– Characters are setup to work with Mecanim (no animations included in this pack)
Asset version: 1.0
There are also only a few towns with very weak local economies
Towns have more jobs than people – around 100,000 more than their collective 4.4 million residents. Of course, there is variation within this – towns like Barry and Bognor Regis have six jobs for every 10 residents, while towns like Durham, Chichester and Truro have more than twice as many jobs as they have people. But overall, only 22 out of the 164 towns have jobs for less than 80 per cent of their residents. Once again, the size of the place comes into play. Almost all of the towns with low jobs provision fall on the small side of the scale spectrum.
But these aren’t the same towns
Nine out of the 26 towns (or 34 per cent) that have high levels of commuting to a city also have weak local economies, while nine out of the 22 towns (or 41 per cent) with weak local economies also have high levels of commuting into a city (see the bottom left quadrant in Figure 1 below). This means that while there is an overlap, the relationship between the strength of the local economy and commuting levels is not absolute. There are plenty of towns – notably Castleford, Hatfield and Windsor – with both high levels of job provision and high levels of commuting into the cities (see the top right quadrant in Figure 1 below). In these places, the towns have thriving local economies that attract workers from other places too – in fact, 74 per cent of Hatfield’s workforce live outside of it.