This article discusses bringing a Unity-developed WebGL-style game onto a server running Ubuntu operating system in the Google Compute Engine.
Developing a game with Unity, we can code a game once and create a game on multiple systems, whether it’s Windows, Android or the web, etc. Before we can put our game on the server, we need to modify it. Build target to WebGL first by going to File > Build Settings and selecting Platform as WebGL as shown in Figure 1.
As for the ultimate game creation program like Unity3D, it has a lot to offer as mentioned before. One of which is that the program can create games on almost every platform such as computer or mobile. This article will talk about the use on mobile phones. Of course, there must be a component that the computer does not have, such as a camera, which will discuss how to scan a QR Code to operate according to the text that can be extracted and ordered it to be rendered as a 3D object.
Introductory bit for everyone to understand that QR Code is similar to Barcode, that is, the text is converted into a specified format which looks like a square. There are three direction points to know which side is the top and use the program to scan to extract text which can be letters, numbers, various characters, links, etc.
To decode a QR code to text, you can either scan it with a camera or save an image and use a decoder.
In the last Unity3D article, some of the features in the program were mentioned. In this article, we would like to mention one interesting feature, which is the use of GPS in Unity3D, especially for beginners. Because the program has relatively simple use of GPS.
This article introduces Unity3D, a very popular game creation program. Because there are so many facilities needed to make a game. Called quite complete, such as the manipulation of three-dimensional objects, gravity, system movement of objects, can create games on multiple platforms for example. Controlling objects requires knowledge of a programming language which can be practiced.