Unity Tutorial: Call Function of Object Clicked by Mouse

Aug 5, 2014

Intended for developers new-ish to Unity, in this latest short video tutorial I explain and demonstrate the common pattern of activating functionality on an object when it’s clicked on by the mouse. Potential uses include shooting targets, opening doors, flipping switches, commanding RTS units, directing a character in point-and-click adventure games, selecting a piece or…

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