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CGA Image Effect for Unity

A topic by Timbooooooooo created Jun 06, 2017 Views: 334 Replies: 1
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Hi there,

to keep this Jam available for as many people as possible, I have created a CGA Shader that might come in handy for some of you.
It's a simple shader that takes the brightness of the Image and applies the color palette according to that.
One thing I want to add in the future is  a crosshatch effect so the coloration will be a little more detailed and stepped.
Maybe I will release that one as well.


Have fun at the Jam and good luck for all of you :)
Kind regards,
Timbo!

I release this Package under CC 4.0, however I would be glad if you 

of all notify me of your use of the Package. Maybe I would like to play your game. Just leave a message on my Itch.io page or a tweet or something.
My Twitter handle is @Timb9o.
On Itch.io you find me at Timbooooooooo.

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