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- 2:06 – Personal experiences with mice and bats in the home
- 8:31 – Discord server
- 13:02 – Optimized code vs easy to use code
- 20:06 – Reactive vs Pure ECS
- 25:45 – Benefits of data oriented design and caching
- 32:13 – Unity job system
- 37:14 – C# managed memory and blittable types
- 42:54 – limitations you must follow when using Unity ECS and job system
- 50:51 – Jay’s tips for Unity ECS hybrid mode
- 55:51 – Matt’s thoughts on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- 1:04:22 – Jay’s thoughts on Marvel’s Spider-Man
- 1:13:47 – Matt recommends playing Total Chaos
- Unity video about caching – great info about how caching works
- Blittable types – if you want to actually know what blittable types are
- Total Chaos – indie game Matt recommends
- Game Maker’s Toolkit Skill Trees video – referenced when talking about Spider-Man
- Spider-Man Animation Anaylysis – another Spider-Man video we referenced
4 thoughts on “Exploding Rabbit Podcast #5 – Unity ECS and Data Oriented Design”
you could use Flashpoint, the game is available there
Any chance to release the source? I know I’m not the only one who’d love a chance to port this over to another platform.
Hey man. Is there any way I can play the game now that Flash is dead? I can’t find a swf file or any way to play it so far. This game was a integral part of the games I used to play as a child, and I would love to be able to try it again. Any help to locating the game is appreciated!
Download the Unity assets for free at https://www.unity3dasset.com