I noticed strange behaviour in my case.
Everything is updated on my side in regards of code and setup.
When GS should initialize it prints out in console that it is connecting to API:
GS: Connecting to:wss://preview.gamesparks.net/ws/rest_of_url
After that it just hangs up on that message, nothing more is printed in console so I intentionally de-focus Unity3D editor and click back to regain focus. After I do this, initialization proceed as normal. Eg it gets to state where it prints out:
I'm not sure what is causing this but intended to post it here in case anyone else having problems and trying to figure out what is going on. I could not trace what is causing this delay.
So in case anyone else have same problem just de-focus and re-focus Unity3D editor and it should continue.
(*) Even if I wait for couple of minutes without de-focussing editor window it won't proceed to message about "GS: Available"...
We are aware of this issue and it will be addressed in an upcoming Portal update.
You're right it appears that the SDK page is linking to the old SDK(59). I'll get that updated.
+1 on the "it would be nice to have a full release history so we can now what actually changed between each release." Odd that the SDK download page WOULDN'T point to the latest sdk....
No problem, I'm glad to hear this worked for you.
Thank you Liam,
This version is newer than the current link on your GameSparks Unity SDK download. We'll give it a test tomorrow.
The issue you describe has been addressed in the latest SDK which you can grab here. Try that out and let me know how you get on.
Same here, updated to the newest SDK and now Unity keeps crashing after every second compile. Really annoying!
We still see the Unity editor freeze up every other time you hit Play, on the latest version 5.4. Is there any plan to fix this? We were very anxious to try out GameSparks in our current project, but this is a bit of a non-starter.
The download link state : Gamesparks_Unity_126.96.36.199.unitypackage but it actually download a file called: Gamesparks_Unity_188.8.131.52.unitypackage
Hence the confusion.
I will try it out, it would be nice to have a full release history so we can now what actually changed between each release.