Visual Studio Toolbox: Build a Unity Game Part 4

In this episode, I am joined by Stacey Haffner, co-owner/dev of What Up Games, who will show us how to build a Unity game that includes simple mechanics such as audio, animations, AI and UI. The game is Super Space Shooter and it involves shooting enemy spaceships. In the last of this 4 part series, Stacey focuses on UI issues, particularly how to display shooter score and health and how to add a start screen to the game.


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  1. Derrick says:


    This is probably not the place for this but I could not figure out a way to post this anywhere else.
    In Visual Studio, when 2-Factor Authentication is turned on your profile, Visual Studio’s TFS connection will start to fail. Afterward, you can no longer get to your TFS repository.

    I tested this with the following versions of Visual Studio:
    – VS 2012
    – VS 2013
    – VS 2015

    All would no-longer go past the initial windows dialog that pops up.

    It would be good to get a solution to this.

    Thanks in advance,

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