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Blog: "Interactive Elements" released on the Unity3D Asset Store!

Greetings!

My newest project "Interactive Elements" has been released on the Unity Asset Store. You can find it here,

https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/templates/systems/interactive-elements-script-solution-c-113657

Want to add some interactive environmental elements to your game like what Don't Starve or other similar survival games have? Here's a package to get you started! 
This package includes a scripting system that allows 4 element types to interact with each other: 
-Fire 
-Water 
-Ice 
-Wood. 

The element type is defined by a base script, and the base script can be added to any Unity3D gameobject! That's it, everything can be customized via the inspector, no coding necessary! 

Interactions include: 
-Fire sets Wood ablaze 
-Fire propagates across Wood objects 
-Fire evaporates Water 
-Ice freezes Water 
-Fire melts Ice into Water 
-Ice or Water can extinguish Fire 

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