I’ve seen a lot of tutorials answer this question but I’m too lazy to watch a 30 minute YouTube video for something that probably won’t even work. Anyway, I’m trying to get my character to talk to an NPC, but I have no idea where to start. (This is for a RPG by the way). The way I want this to happen is when the player intercepts with a invisible trigger area and clicks or presses a key on the keyboard, it will make a dialogue box at the bottom of the screen and say something. Also, one more thing, can you keep it as simple as you can? Nobody likes complicated, do they?
“I’m too lazy to watch a 30 minute”, so lets see if someone spends his time to solve my problem…
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