While people have been making gorgeous 2D games with Unity for years, we know that we can support them even more – that’s why we rolled out many new tools explicitly for 2D game-making. And to make them super easy to learn and use, we created Lost Crypt, a sample project that showcases the complete suite of integrated 2D tools for creating highend visuals with Unity. In this e-book we guide you through setting up the Lost Crypt sample project and then explain how we used the different tools to bring this project to life. We hope this inspires you to try them out in your own projects. Start by downloading the Lost Crypt sample project from the Unity Asset Store. We recommend that you start with a blank New Project and select 2D, then import the project from My Assets in the Package Manager, or by clicking My Assets on your Asset Store page. The project includes all the 2D packages you need. It will then overwrite the newproject settings, and change the rendering settings to the 2D Renderer within the Universal Render Pipeline. After you import Lost Crypt, restart Unity to implement some changes to the project. When Unity opens, select Lost Crypt in the Project window. In the main Scene, click Play and use the keyboard arrows to move the character and the spacebar to make her jump.
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