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mud/ different serfaces
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Submitted By Quadradon on 10/11/12
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  • Could we have-insted of just different colors on the ground-could we have mud, or something that when you when got into it your tires would have less traction and start to thrugh mud or what every it is all over the place? Like we could have a mudslide world! tell me what ya guys think!!!!
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Re: mud/ different serfaces
4 days - 12,512v
Posted 2010/11/12 - 1:36 GMT
People can assign physics materials to objects with different values for the static friction and such.
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Re: mud/ different serfaces
4 hours - 321v
Posted 2010/11/12 - 1:38 GMT
good idea. the seface would have to be at a different depth though, right? because the mud would have to be deep!
 
 
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Re: mud/ different serfaces
4 days - 12,512v
Posted 2010/11/12 - 2:37 GMT
Well they can easily make a cube with the material on it and "embed" it into the terrain. Documentation page on physics materials: http://unity3d.com/support/documentation/Components/class-PhysicMaterial.html
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Re: mud/ different serfaces
1 week - 24,924v
Posted 2010/11/12 - 2:59 GMT
See how dark the lava is? This poor fellow thinks it's mud!

BRING THE OLD LAVA BACK.
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Re: mud/ different serfaces
23 hours - 2,065v
Posted 2010/11/12 - 7:55 GMT
good idea.  Kinda reminds me of my "liquid effects" post when unity island was made.  I still think we should have a world with not lava, not water, but some sort of green slime.


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