I searched for this before, but couldn’t find a solution that was easy or cheap (by cheap, I mean free). Pavel Kultyshev (@getencapsulated) also wrote a blog post, sharing messages on Twitter or Facebook by following the link in the browser of a mobile device or by opening the client app on this device. I haven’t tried this approach though, because I’m looking for something … Continue reading How to add Facebook to Unity Android?
Throughout the year(s) I have accumulated a number of mini tutorials, code bits and links, but they are just scattered in this blog like.. um.. sprinkles? And they need to be organized. So here, I am going to attempt to create a link list: Unity-related: How to add Facebook to Unity Android? Mini Tutorial: How to localize your Unity game to Chinese? (Step 1) Mini … Continue reading Ultimate List of Purplelilgirl Tutorials
-without shelling out $65 😉 Well, if you have $65 to spare, just check out Prime31’s Social Networking plugin (you can even get Twitter!). Link: http://www.prime31.com/unity/ If you don’t, like 1-broke-girl/me, read on… There are two parts to this, Unity side and Xcode side. We must find a way for Unity and Xcode to be friends and talk to one another, you know call each … Continue reading Mini Tutorial: How to post score of your Unity iOS game to Facebook?
So you want to add Facebook integration to your iOS Cocos2d game (allow players to upload screenshots, videos or post stuff to their wall, like how awesome your game is). First off, hop to the Facebook Developers website and check out the Mobile part, there should be a Getting Started page, this page: Getting Started Mobile Apps https://developers.facebook.com/docs/guides/mobile/ Follow the steps. Once you’re done with … Continue reading Mini Tutorial: How to add Facebook to your iOS Cocos2d game
Plugins love ❤ Firefox Personas (where I got my lovely Cath Kidston theme) Fire.fm (for streaming music from Last.fm) Facebook (for well checking Facebook notifications, changing statuses, etc.) Tumblr (for well, duh) WebMail Notifier (for checking multiple email accounts) Echofon (for Twitter, which I basically use like chat) ReminderFox (for reminders) Continue reading