⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Movement Animset Pro – Published By Kubold

This is a complete set of over 180 motion capture animations and a “drag and drop” PlayMaker character controller, built to test and show off the animations in action.

Keywords:

throwing, Fighting, Sneaking, open world, Playmaker, animations, mocap, Male, Third Person Controller, Character, running, walking, man, Unarmed

Short Description:

This is a complete set of over 180 motion capture animations and a “drag and drop” PlayMaker character controller, built to test and show off the animations in action.

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Discount: None

Asset Title: Movement Animset Pro

Publisher: Kubold

Category: 3d, animations

More Details about this asset:

This is a complete set of over 180 motion capture animations and a “drag and drop” PlayMaker character controller, built to test and show off the animations in action.

Update 1.7 makes the controller super easy to use – just drag and drop a Humanoid with assigned Animator, tag it “Player”, and the script will configure it in runtime. You can now also add your own cameras (for example Cinemachine).

The included example controller requires PlayMaker.

If you don’t use PlayMaker, you can still use all 180+ FBX format, motion captured animations to build your own controller!

The animations are universal, so you can use them for any setting you like – SciFi, Fantasy etc.

www – FAQ – please read before buying!

This package consists of over 180 animations from which you can make game mechanics for:

– Standing

– Walking

– Running

– Crouching / Sneaking

– Getting up from ground
– Jumping

– Falling

– Interactions (button pushing, picking up objects, levers etc.)

– Fist fighting

– Deaths and knockdowns
– Sitting
– Throwing
– Climbing
– Sliding

It also contains:

– Skinned model of Maskman character (3d scanned) with LODs (decimated) – 8k PBR textures
– meshed level

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Click for list of animations

Make sure you install to fresh Unity Project, with fresh PlayMaker installed and check the HowToInstall.txt inside the package!

ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR PROJECT before importing new assets!

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