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Game Development How to Make a Video Game Player Input and Cameras Move the Player with Animation

My play button isn't working. My script for mono script said it had a bunch of errors, and my Unity is also error filled

Here is my mono script page: using UnityEngine; using System.Collections; using System.Collections.Generic; public class PlayerMovement : MonoBehaviour { private Animator player Animato(r; private float moveHorizontal private float moveVertical private Vector3 movement // Use this for initialization void Start () {


// Update is called once per frame
void Update () {
    moveHorizontal = Input.GetAxisRaw ("Horizontal");
    moveVertical = Input.GetAxisRaw ("Vertical");

    movement = new Vector3 (moveHorizontal, 0.0f, moveVertical); 


1 Answer

Henrique Vignon
Henrique Vignon
Courses Plus Student 6,415 Points

Well, it's really hard to read the code like this, you can paste the code in between 3 back sticks so it retains it's format with indentation and all (check the mark down sheet to see a better explanation on how to do that).

But for what I can see you forgot a bunch of semicolons at the line ends of your variable declarations, plus you wrote

private Animator player Animato(r;

and it should be

private Animator playerAnimator;

When declaring variables you can never use spaces or special characters such as "(", when you put in a space the compiler thinks you're done with that variable and looks for a semicolon to end the instruction or a "=" for assignment.

I suggest you re-watch the video and take close attention when the teacher writes the script, it's a good idea to just wait till he does it, listen to his explanation, then pause the video and write it yourself.