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The past is something that you cannot undo. The future is something that you can build.
I enjoy coding, developing games and writing tutorials. Visit my GitHub to see the projects I am working on right now.
The title of this site, Faramira, is a combination of the names of my first two children. Far(din) Amira. Now, I have a third one, and I am in a dilemma about the title of this site!
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In this tutorial, we apply our generic pathfinder and solve the graph-based pathfinding problem and demonstrate the application in Unity.
In this tutorial, we apply our generic pathfinder and solve the 8-puzzle problem and demonstrate the application in Unity.
In this tutorial, we will implement a generic Finite State Machine using C#.