29 03 2018

3D Scifi Base Vol 1

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Really great package!

I must say I really hate most `packages` in the asset store as they always have a lot of bad stuff, either poorly packaged, undocumented, some assets are not working correctly on import (e.g shaders hence having pink materials in models), and a lot more horrible stuff. What`s more is that most of these packages are priced so high that you regret buying it, and never to try other packages again.

This package defies those though, for a cheaper price than most package you`ll have an asset that you know the creator put a lot of effort in making it. It is so modular, and really feels like you`re just playing LEGO. Opening also the demo scene is really impressive, It feels AAA and really gives you that Sci-Fi vibe. Albeit some scripts are pretty clunky (the publisher might be more of an artist than a programmer), it is easily replaceable by someone.

Overall I really recommend this package to someone who`s aiming for a Sci-Fi game. If I`ll ever make one, this is probably one of my must-haves in my asset list as it`s just really that delightful to use. Every asset is well prefabbed, well organized that everything is easily snappable by vertex or plane snapping. Lastly, the asset is also well optimized, you`ll not be that worried to go crazy about putting more props on your scene just to get that alive feeling then worry about your FPS tanking because of that extra rendering costs.

Points:
- Highly modular
- Well organized assets (good foldering, snaps easily with other models)
- AAA feeling
- Well optimized even though it is highly modular
- Works on import


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I must say I really hate most `packages` in the asset store as they always have a lot of bad stuff, either poorly packaged, undocumented, some assets are not working correctly on import (e.g shaders hence having pink materials in models), and a lot more horrible stuff. What`s more is that most of these packages are priced so high that you regret bu
I must say I really hate most `packages` in the asset store as they always have a lot of bad stuff, either poorly packaged, undocumented, some assets are not working correctly on import (e.g shaders hence having pink materials in models), and a lot more horrible stuff. What`s more is that most of these packages are priced so high that you regret buying it, and never to try other packages again.

This package defies those though, for a cheaper price than most package you`ll have an asset that you know the creator put a lot of effort in making it. It is so modular, and really feels like you`re just playing LEGO. Opening also the demo scene is really impressive, It feels AAA and really gives you that Sci-Fi vibe. Albeit some scripts are pretty clunky (the publisher might be more of an artist than a programmer), it is easily replaceable by someone.

Overall I really recommend this package to someone who`s aiming for a Sci-Fi game. If I`ll ever make one, this is probably one of my must-haves in my asset list as it`s just really that delightful to use. Every asset is well prefabbed, well organized that everything is easily snappable by vertex or plane snapping. Lastly, the asset is also well optimized, you`ll not be that worried to go crazy about putting more props on your scene just to get that alive feeling then worry about your FPS tanking because of that extra rendering costs.

Points:
- Highly modular
- Well organized assets (good foldering, snaps easily with other models)
- AAA feeling
- Well optimized even though it is highly modular
- Works on import
Really great package!
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