5- Beginner C# Programming 2019 – Input and Movement

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Part 5 of the NeonSphere, beginner tutorial series showing you how to add input and movement to your game by using simple input features inside of Unity!

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Part 1 – Getting Started:
Part 2 – Trigger Events:
Part 2.5 – Trigger Methods Explained:
Part 3 – Accessing Variables:
Part 4 – Programming UI:
Part 5 – Input and Movement:
Part 5.5 – Operators & If Statements:
Part 6 – Player Death & Restarting:
Part 7 – Powerups & Changing Variables:
Part 8 – Coroutines & Timers:

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