Working with the canvas in Unity 2D can feel complicated at first, particularly if you’re attempting to learn the editor while also tackling C# scripting.
It can also be daunting to think about turning a single-player game into a multiplayer experience, as there are a lot of new concepts to consider and several third-party packages from which to choose.
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