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Compatible with: Unity 3.x, Unity iPhone/iPad 1.7, Unity3 Pro, Unity3

GameVersion is a prefab for Unity3D which lets easily implement a version checking feature into your game / application which checks it’s version against a version database. Players can see in-game information about their current version, any new versions and any previous versions.

Features:

  • Fully customisable allowing you to choose how much version information you show.
  • Version details contain name, release date, notes and download URLs.
  • New version details box shown when current version is out of date (Optional).
  • Download button for new versions opens a browser window to the version’s download URL when clicked (Optional).
  • Version history feature allows the user to view the version details for previous versions in-game (Optional).
  • Small, inconspicuous watermark showing current version number and info ‘i’ button (Optional).
  • Easily positionable GUI elements using public X Y coordinate variables.

Added on February 3, 2011 in

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Duffdaddy

I take it this isn't applicable to iOS games?

on February 8, 2011

Levelbylevel

@Duffdaddy I used only standard libraries in this prefab (mainly WWW), so it should work just fine on iOS :)

on February 12, 2011

Itsmedoug

I have no idea what to do to set this up. The tutorial is bad and I got stuck on the first step. I have MySQL but have no idea what to put in for port or server host. I have my own website (wordpress) but this is confusing beyond what I would expect. I would really like some help...

on February 24, 2011

Levelbylevel

@Itsmedoug Unfortunately the tutorial does expect a certain base knowledge in web development, such as how to create an empty database (using the tool of your choice, e.g. phpMyAdmin, cpanel etc.) and what a host address and port are. To explain this would mean a much larger tutorial and is beyond the scope of what the tutorial is tutoring. I'm more than happy to help you with this though, if you send an email to the support address given in the tutorial I can talk you through it :)

on February 24, 2011