Unity SDK v1.0.2
Our Unity SDK offers a quick “go to market” solution for immersive 3D voice chat that you can just “drag & drop” into your game or XR experience. ODIN is deeply integrated into Unity and handles all communication with servers and provides easy to use delegates and events that allows you to customize the experience very easily to your own needs.
You can find the full source code to our Unity SDK in our public GitHub repository:
If you encounter any bugs or issues, please let us know in the GitHub Issues area or refer to the Support page to contact us directly.
If you want to learn more about 4Players ODIN and how it fits into your game or XR experience then follow the Introduction. We have compiled a couple of use-cases for different types of games that should get you started quickly.
Follow our Getting Started guide and implement ODIN into an empty project in less than 20 minutes and learn about the basic concepts. Implementing ODIN into your multiplayer project is very easy too. Check out our Multiplayer Guide that will guide you step by step building a very easy multiplayer game from scratch with 3D voice chat support in under an hour.
Installing the SDK
Please follow these steps to install our SDK into your Unity project:
We ship a set of samples with the Unity SDK. To Import them into your project, open the Package Manager and hit import on the example you want to try.
- Minimal Example
- A very basic client for custom scripting to interact with 4Players ODIN.
- Simple Room Join Example
- A very basic client to automatically join a specified room for testing.
- Push-to-Talk Example
- Provides the same functionality as the simple room join, but with PTT support.
- Audio 3D Example
- Showcase for OdinClient Unity AudioSource handing with positional audio.
Implementing ODIN into your game only requires you to add and configure 3 components. We have created a manual to show you how to use them and which settings are available and how to use them.
Unity SDK API Reference
Check out our API Reference guide with the classes you might work with while implementing ODIN into your Unity application. We have compiled many code snippets and examples to get you started quickly. Head over to our API Reference to learn more about the features and possibilities the API has to offer.