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Learning Unity 2D Game Development by Example by Venita Pereira

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Project Browser

Assets are image files, audio files, programming scripts, and so on that make up the reusable mix-and-match pieces of our game.

Project Browser contains all the assets; it lists them in a project and allows us to view and organize them in folders, as shown in the following screenshot:

Project Browser

In the left panel are the folders that contain our assets in an ordered structure/hierarchy that we will create when creating our games.

Different assets in our project such as materials, animation, audio, and so on should be placed in their own folders, often in further subcategories for clarity.

On the right panel are the asset files from the selected ...

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