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Danielk

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Hi guys,
I am developing a first person shooter game for mobile devices, so I need low poly assets if possible free assets I couldn't find if you know please give me the url links, and one more thing is I want to do it for tablets as well do i need to get new assets or can i code once and build for all devices becoz there is aspect ratio, size things these I am ignorant, so I am asking you if there a way built once that suits for mobile and tabs with minor changes please guide me please

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Hello World v.2

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Hi guys,
I am developing a first person shooter game for mobile devices, so I need low poly assets if possible free assets I couldn't find if you know please give me the url links, and one more thing is I want to do it for tablets as well do i need to get new assets or can i code once and build for all devices becoz there is aspect ratio, size things these I am ignorant, so I am asking you if there a way built once that suits for mobile and tabs with minor changes please guide me please

Thank you


You can change your UI scaling so it fits to all devices.
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Your gameplay would not be effected on tablets if you are developing for mobile devices as far as I know(I have used Unity and Construct 2). Only thing you need to worry about is UI and you can take care of it if you are making the game in Unity by setting the anchors of the UI elements rather than positioning them manually.  Hope this helps.
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Yeah, in the new version of Unity UI you can just set the UI to scale based on the screen size. Makes things a lot simpler. You'll need to use the 'Canvas' object I think.

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Danielk

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thanks to Hello world, ajwad, martin
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