Unity Events Explained

Code Monkey new video about Unity

In this tutorial we look at using UnityEvents which allow us the do multiple interactions on a single action, similar to how button on the UI have an “OnClick()” event. Unity Events have the power to make final interactions so much easier and re-usable!

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