Hello. I would like to try out spawing enemies with Random.insideUnitCircle
var newPosition = Random.insideUnitCircle * spawnSizeArea;
Instantiate(curSpawn, newPosition, transform.rotation);
but this is seemingly using the world point instead of the radius around the gameobject I attached this script to. How do I undo that? Thank you!
Random.insideUnitCrcle returns a Vector2. You should convert it to Vector3 and translate to the game object position:
var xz = Random.insideUnitCircle * spawnSizeArea;
var newPosition = Vector3(xz.x,0,xz.y)+transform.position;
Instantiate(curSpawn, newPosition, ...
Random.insideUnitCircle returns a Vector2. When a Vector2 is implicitly converted to a Vector3, the z-component is set to 0. For example, let’s assume that spawnSizeArea = 5 and Random.insideUnitCircle returns Vector2(0, 1). When you try to use that as the spawn position of your new instance, it’ll spawn at the point (0, 1, 0).
Now, if your problem is that it’s not spawning the instance at a local point relative to your game object, well, it’s not supposed to. If you want to do that, you have to manually convert the point to local space coordinates by using InverseTransformDirection or InverseTransformPoint (whichever works for your purposes).