What’s in the asset ?
The asset contains four main folders (FeelDemos, MMFeedbacks, MMTools and NiceVibrations).
- FeelDemos is a folder containing many demos, each contained in their own folder and subfolders. These demos showcase the various features of Feel. You can learn more about them in the Demos section of the documentation.
- FeelDemosHDRP contains demos specific to the High Definition Render Pipeline. You’ll need to import Feel in a HDRP project to run them.
- FeelDemosURP contains demos specific to the Universal Render Pipeline. You’ll need to import Feel in a URP project to run them.
- MMFeedbacks is the main part of the asset. It contains the MMFeedbacks system, all feedbacks, and the demo scene. It’s the only mandatory folder to keep if you want to use MMFeedbacks. You can safely remove the Demos folder within it.
- MMTools : MMTools are a nice library, packed with various useful tools, and I thought it’d be nice to include it in the asset. Don’t hesitate to dig through it, it’s packed with surprises!
- NiceVibrations : included in Feel as a gift, Nice Vibrations is the best way to add haptic feedbacks to your iOS or Android game. You can learn more about it on its dedicated website.
What if I want to remove stuff?
While there isn’t much to gain from removing stuff from Feel (Unity won’t put in your build the things you don’t use), it’s of course possible to do so. You will lose the stuff you delete, but it’s your project and your rules.
Again, not recommended, but if you decide to do so :
- You can remove the entire Feel/FeelDemos folder (you’ll lose easy access to the demos)
- You can remove the entire Feel/FeelDemosURP folder (you’ll lose easy access to the URP demos)
- You can remove the entire Feel/FeelDemosHDRP folder (you’ll lose easy access to the HDRP demos)
- You can remove the entire Feel/MMFeedbacks/Demos folder (you’ll lose access to the MMFeedbacks demos)
- You can remove the entire Feel/MMTools/Demos folder (you’ll lose access to the MMTools demos)
- Important : most Feel demos (including the URP/HDRP ones) rely on the FeelDemos/_Common/ folder, so if you delete some demos but keep, for example, the URP ones, make sure you keep that folder too
Optional libraries :
- You can remove the Feel/NiceVibrations folder, in which case you’ll want to go to Project Settings > Player, and remove the MOREMOUNTAINS_NICEVIBRATIONS_INSTALLED scripting define symbol there (and apply that change), you’ll lose access to Nice Vibrations and its associated feedbacks
- You can remove the Feel/MMFeedbacks/MMFeedbacksForThirdParties folder (or parts of it), in which case you’ll lose access to the feedbacks they contained
- You can remove the Feel/MMTools/Tools/ToolsForCinemachine, ToolsForTextMeshPro folders, and you’ll lose access to the features they contained