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Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse 1.1.0

Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse 1.1.0 published on No Comments on Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse 1.1.0

Well, I’ve been busy doing other things, but spent the last couple of weeks adding features to the Radio and Morse Unity asset.

The new features are:
* A Morse decoder
* Loss-of-signal zone triggers
* Frequency jamming zone triggers
* Iambic paddle or straight key selection

Radio and Morse is Accepted!

Radio and Morse is Accepted! published on No Comments on Radio and Morse is Accepted!

Well, I just got the news that the Radio and Morse pack was accepted to the Unity asset store! I know that I’ll be using it in my “big” project, but I just hope that someone else out there will find it useful as well.

BTW…
I’m currently working on a WWII-themed asset pack that fully utilizes the Radio and Morse pack. Hopefully, it’ll be in for submission in the next couple of weeks.

We’re waiting, we’re waiting…

We’re waiting, we’re waiting… published on No Comments on We’re waiting, we’re waiting…

Well, still waiting to hear back about the first Signal Communications Pack Unity asset.

In the mean time, I’m working on some assets to go with the scripts. This first theme pack is a WWII theme with several portable field radios, a “base station” radio (something to set up at field HQ, etc.), a couple of variants of Morse keys, and a non-military wireless unit (home radio).

Each of these assets will be high-poly models (with LODs) with their own unique UI.

Final push to publish Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse

Final push to publish Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse published on No Comments on Final push to publish Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse

Well, it’s the final push before we submit the Signal Communications Pack – Radio and Morse asset to Unity for review.  Once we’re sure all of our documentation, code, demo scene, etc. are good-to-go, we’ll be sending it off.

I’ve been testing like crazy and getting vids ready to post on YouTube and to post to the asset’s page.  All-in-all, this has been a fun project!