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Beginning 3D Game Development with Unity 4: All-in-One, Multi-Platform Game Development, Second Edition by Sue Blackman

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CHAPTER 19

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Menus and Levels

So far, you have been working on your game’s basic functionality and are now able to play through the entire game. Having gotten this far, it is time to create the graphical user interface (GUI) and menus for your game. As part of one of the menus, you will be creating the load/save functionality that makes use of the action object’s current state. Along the way, you will add a few finishing touches to the scene. And, finally, you will add a third level that will serve as a start menu.

In the summer of 2012, Unity previewed a new GUI system, estimating a delivery of three to six months. The current GUI system will ...

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