Unity Asset Store Installation

The AnyRPG Core package is available via github and the Unity Asset Store. This page describes how to install it from from the Unity Asset Store.

Find AnyRPG Core on the Unity Asset Store

AnyRPG Core can be found on the Unity Asset Store at https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/slug/234361

Install the Correct Unity Version

The AnyRPG Unity package is exported as a complete project because it requires specific build settings, compiler settings, layers, and tags to function. Due to the way full projects are exported in Unity, they must be imported with the same or higher Unity version they were exported with.

You can find the correct Unity version right on the asset store page.

Create a New Unity 3D Project

Open Unity Hub and select the Projects tab. Click New project.

If you have multiple versions of Unity installed, you will need to select the correct editor version. Choose 3D (URP/HDRP are not available yet), optionally name your project, and click the Create project button.

Install the AnyRPG Unity Package

Add the AnyRPG Core asset to your assets by clicking the Add To My Assets button on the asset store page.

Once the asset is added to your assets, click the Open in Unity button.

When the package manager opens in Unity, click the Download button to download the package.

Once the package has downloaded, the Import button should become available. Click it.

A warning window will pop up letting you know this package will overwrite all project settings. Click Import.

A warning window will pop up prompting you to upgrade package manager dependencies. This is necessary to ensure that packages that AnyRPG relies on, such as the Post Processing package are installed. Click Install/Upgrade.

When the Import Unity Package window appears, click Import.

The AnyRPG Unity package contains hundreds of textures, icons, 3d models, and audio files. You can expect the import to take a few minutes, even on a reasonably fast computer.

Once the import completes, you will see errors in the console. These will be fixed in the next step by installing UMA.

Install UMA 2

Install UMA 2 from the Unity Asset Store at https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/3d/characters/uma-2-unity-multipurpose-avatar-35611

If you don't already own UMA, click Add to My Assets.

Click Open in Unity.

The Unity Package Manager should open in Unity. If you have not downloaded the package yet, click Download. Then Click Import.

When presented with the option, accept the defaults and click Import.

After the UMA package is imported, click Clear in the Console pane to clear any old warnings.

You should no longer see any errors.

Finally, rebuild the UMA Global Library. Choose from the main menu bar UMA > Global Library.

In the Global Library window, choose File > Rebuild From Project.

Install TMP Essental Resources

Open the Window menu in Unity and choose TextMeshPro > Import TMP Essential Resources.

When presented with the option, accept the defaults and click Import.

Next Steps

Congratulations, AnyRPG is now ready to use!

From here you can explore the included sample games or get started creating your own game.

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