Sword & Shield Motion Pack – download Unity asset
Requires: Motion Controller
Requires: Mixamo’s free Pro Sword & Shield Pack
Sword Shield Motion The Sword & Shield Motion Pack is an add-on to the Motion Controller and enables plug-and-play combat for your player character and non-player characters. The Sword & Shield Motion Pack is way more than just a set of animations. It handles movement, targeting, and attacks with advanced features like blocking, custom swords, and tons of properties for you to play with.
This is the perfect pack to use out-of-the box or to learn from as it includes detailed documentation, well structured and commented code, and ootii’s awesome support. While it was built to mirror past Dark Souls games, you have total control to customize combat for your unique game.
As with all my assets, the Sword Pack is incredibly modular. This allows you to not only create custom swords, but you can use other inventory solutions, camera solutions, or attribute solutions.
* 2 movement styles
* 7 attack styles
* Blocking ability
* Customizable/replaceable sword
* Customizable/replaceable shield
* Physics based collisions
* Field-of-attack based collisions
* Code based NPC AI example
* Basic attribute system
* Basic inventory system
* Basic actor response system
* Quick setup
* Modular design
* C# code included
* Awesome support
Asset version: 0.393
Pokemon Sword and Shield have finally arrived on Nintendo Switch with a bunch of new gameplay features to keep things feeling fresh. Pokemon Camp is one of these things, where you can hang out and make some great-tasting Curry with your ‘mon. Here’s how to disable motion controls in Pokemon Sword and Shield.
The good news for those who aren’t a fan of motion controls in games is that Pokemon really only uses them in one specific feature, which is your Camp. This is a big change from the motion controls-heavy Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee respectively.
To disable motion controls in Pokemon , press X to open the menu and then select Options.
Here, you’ll find the ‘Gyroscope’ option, which essentially is another way of saying motion controls. Simply change this to Don’t Use and you’ll no longer have to be waving your Switch or controller around when in Pokemon Camp.