The Neat Tool From PC, Now On Your Unity Scene Editor

We all have to make a note from time to time, especially if we are prone to forgetting things from one minute to the next. And when making games that isn’t the exception, as you are likely to forget to fix some bug, finish setting up a scene, or which wall had a secret behind it.

So, what if you could have little post it notes directly in your Unity Scene? Well, today is the day you can do just that.

A To-DO list, as a way of marking places with bugs, or even as an idea list, you can now write down anything you need. And the best part is, these notes mark themselves as “EditorOnly”, so they will be ignored from builds, esentially auto-cleaning themselves!


Download The Tool


Download It For FREE 🙂

Once on your project, just go to:

“Tools/Scene/Sticky Notes”

To either create a new note, or open the search window to look through the active scene’s notes.

There Are More Where This One Came From


Letting you know that what you just read about, was ONE of several FREE tools that you can get on the Unity Development Tools Repository. Again, they are FREE so just go see them, there are neat things in there 🙂

That is all for today, a small treat for all you game developers out there. If you want to share what you did, feel free to do so, that would be lovely!

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It Is That Time Of The Year Again!


Oh boy! It has been a couple of days since the sales started, so maybe you can already see that reflected in your wallet.

But that IS what this last stretch is always about, so better get to shopping while you can.

Of course, that means that it is also the turn of my games to be on sale, so HERE WE GO!~

Linking you directly to the storefronts of KNIGHTS and PEG would be boring, so instead hear me out.

Recently new bundles were added in-Steam for a greater discount between other puzzle developers and me (all $1 games) that ACTUALLY STACKS WITH SALES!

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Short post, so you can go back with your family and enjoy the holidays.

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The Magic Of Scriptable Objects

Before actually proceeding if you don’t know what Unity’s Scriptable Objects are, you are missing out on something that will ease your development. Be sure to check them out.

Scriptable Objects are one of those things that once you know them, you will try to incorporate them for any module you are working on.

But if that is the case, then you are likely to have dozens of them that you can make. After a certain number it just becomes just unpractical to make a create asset menu for each, so that is where this little tool comes in.

Download The Tool


Download It For FREE 🙂

Once on your project, just go to:

“Tools > Project > Scriptable Object Asset Creator”

And let the magic happen.

By The Way… You Can Also Get More Tools Like This On The Github Repo


The Repo was recently created, so many (already finished) tools are missing. Expect it to be expanded on the following days.

That is all for today, just wanted to share a tool in case it was of use for anyone else o:

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