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Fairness starts at matchmaking
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In this Unity 2D tutorial , you’ll be creating a fully synchronized multiplayer game using Elympics. Let’s dive in!
Welcome to our series of tutorials teaching you how to migrate a local multiplayer game to an online gameplay in Unity. Thanks to Elympics, your game will be fully server-authoritative, deterministic and fair: everything you’d expect from a multiplayer game!
We’ll do it on the example of the pong, which is one of the 1st video games ever created. 🏓
After integrating the Elympics package in Unity, it’s time to take care of inputs and state synchronization. It’ll be a bit more complicated, so prepare a cup of coffee and sit comfortably in your chair.
To start learning, go to our documentation where you’ll find the full tutorial: