By S. Nicholls
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This allows us to use our iOS device as an input to our game and test the behavior of the game from the iOS device, without having to deploy the application on the device. This is useful as it will speed the development process and reduce the number of code-compile-deploy cycles we have to perform. Time for action – Testing our application using Unity Remote Now that we have Unity Remote deployed we can get to the business of using our iOS device as a controller in our game development environment: 1.
Remotely on the iOS device e. On other Unity machines 2. Where can you go to set up an application ID for your iOS device? a. Apple Developer Forums b. XCode Organizer c. iTunes Connect d. iOS Provisioning Portal e. XCode SDK 3. The Unity interface can only be customized for one user and use case? (true/false) 4. Unity Remote works over 3G Connections? (true/false) 5. You have to build Unity Remote in order to perform remote debugging? (true/false) [ 44 ] Chapter 2 Summary In this chapter we explored the Unity environment and learned how to customize it for a particular purpose.
In this chapter we will: Compose our first scene Test our application in the editor Customize the iOS settings Deploy this application to a device This is where the fun really starts… Hello World Composing our first scene In our first application we're going to follow software development tradition and create the typical first program Hello World. As we're using Unity to create our game it seemed to make sense to actually create a 3D world and deploy it to our device. When we're done we should be able to see the earth on our device: The final output of our Hello World game Start with the basics For our first game we're going to start with the basics.
Assembly Language for Arcade Games and Other Fast Spectrum Programmes by S. Nicholls