The Inventory module includes a set of Actions that complement Game Creator's and allow to do things with Items, Recipes and the player's Currency.
Allows to Add or Subtract currency from the Player's Inventory.
Instantiates (adds to the scene) a copy of the Prefab associated to the Item.
Allows to manipulate an Item. You can either Add the item to the Player's Inventory, Substract a certain amount of Consume the ones it has.
Opens or closes the Player's Inventory UI.
Tries to find a Recipe with the two select Items. If it successfully finds one, it combines those objects executing the previously defined Actions associated to the Recipe.
Allows to Buy or Sell an Item (and a defined amount of these). The difference between Buying and Adding is that an Item has a price. If the player doesn't have enough Currency to purchase the Item/s, then it won't do anything. The same applies to Selling. If the player is not carrying enough Items in his inventory, the transaction won't be fulfilled.
Equips an item from the Inventory (if possible). For more information about equipping items click here.
Unequips an item or everything from an Equippable Slot. For more information about equipping items see the Equip Items section.
An advanced Action used for the Inventory UI. Allows to modify what items are displayed in an Items List component. For more information about the Items List component see Custom Inventory UI section.
Executes a Loot Table, giving the Player (or adding to a Container) a random item picked from a Loot Table. For more information on Loot Tables see the Loot Tables section.
Shows or hides the Merchant UI. For more information about Merchants, see the Merchants section.
Container Actions allow to interact with a Container. For more information about Containers see the Containers section.
Adds an item to a Container
Dumps the whole Player Inventory into a Container. This is useful when your game has multiple playable characters, each one with its own Inventory.
Dumps everything from a Container to the Inventory. Useful when your game has multiple playable characters or you want to add a "Retrieve Everything" button when opening a Chest.
Opens or closes the Container UI of a Container. The Container UI Action accepts multiple UI skins so your containers can look different from one and another.