Mission Object Set Up

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Choose a Mesh

Take a prop that is going to represent your hack-able object and place it in your scene.

It can be anything really, but to to make full use of the options available either:

  • Choose from the Hackable Devices Collection scene in LevelKit.
The scene to pick hackable objects from
  • Piece your own together from pre-made models and parts of models in the LevelKit>Models>Props>Devices and it's sub-folder 'ModularTechParts'
  • or follow this guide to Modeling your own Hackable Devices

Add the Hackable component

Decide how you want it too behave in it's different states, as explained on the Device Scripting page.

Eg. Amok() sets of a sparks particle effect RunOnce() spits out a sheet of paper

Create the corresponding effects, animations or behaviours you want and connect them to the corresponding Unity Events in the Hackable component

Add the MissionObject component

This is explained in more depth in the Mission Objects page, but essentially in this example we just need to add the MissionObject component and set it to 'Hackable'.

Setup a Lua Device Script

Follow this guide to Device Scripting to create a device script and set up the devices buttons to call the functions you setup in the 'Hackable' component.

Or even call anything else from the Lua Apis.

Add to your mission script and connect to networks

Add item prop

When a NPC interacts with a hackable device sometimes that action needs some item to show on the NPC hand (for example: the soda machine makes a soda can appear on the NPC hand when the drinking animation is triggered). This item is set in the inspector, having a reference to the wanted object in the field 'Animation Item Prop', it's also possible to select the slot that the item will show (right hand is the default slot).

Setup to affect a player and NPC on amok

It's possible to make a hackable object to knock out an enemy and affect the player when it's running amok, it's important to have attention to some details for everything to work as intended.

The first thing that needs to be set manually is the NPC animation, the Failed Use Gesture animation set on the Interest Point component must have an animation event for the system to know when to stun the NPC, this event need to call the function NPCUseHackableDevice, if this animation event doesn't exist the character will not be knocked out, it's also important to time this event with the animation for the user to know when is NPC is stunned, for example, adding this event when the character is on the ground is a good idea.

The hackable object can also affect the player, for that the device's game object needs to have an AmokRangeOnPlayer prefab as a child object. After that it's recommended to set that object Sphere Collider center and radius to make the wanted area that the player should be affected. Note: When the player is being affected the AmokDeviceReaction blend tree is played, but this is only a template animation.