I need help with movement for my 3d game :/

2021.12.05 05:31 Miynevo_ I need help with movement for my 3d game :/

This is my movement code and i wanted to make it to work on mobile and i don t know how to do it , i tried to watch some tutorials but all of them was made with joystick an i want just two arrow for left and right . Thank you in advance !
(Sorry for my bad English)

using UnityEngine;

public class PlayerMovement : MonoBehaviour

public Rigidbody rb;
public float forwardForce = 2000f;
public float sidewaysForce = 500f;

// Start is called before the first frame update
void Start()

// Update is called once per frame
void FixedUpdate()
//Adauga forwardForce
rb.AddForce(0, 0, forwardForce * Time.deltaTime);

if (Input.GetKey("d"))
rb.AddForce(sidewaysForce * Time.deltaTime, 0, 0, ForceMode.VelocityChange);
if (Input.GetKey("a"))
rb.AddForce(-sidewaysForce * Time.deltaTime, 0, 0, ForceMode.VelocityChange);
if (rb.position.y < -1f)
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2021.12.05 05:31 I_Harmen I'm getting sick of the letter "H"

I was out in northeastern Connecticut, past where the sprawl of New York City ended, and well before Boston began. My car was rattling its way across the open road, an orange warning flashing on the dash. Check Engine light. I was low on gas, low on fuel, low on money, and frankly low on energy. I couldn’t really afford to have my twenty-five year old car kick the bucket.
My habits were off. I could only force myself out of the house just as the Sun was setting. I’d sometimes go to a friend’s house late to watch movies, or to my parents to give them company. Outside of work, I didn’t do much, I couldn’t afford much. Of course, I’d still push the limits. And as I drove, returning back from my friend’s, I watched with dread as my fuel gage fell closer and closer to nothing.
There is something eerie about the road at night. Everything reveals itself within a thin curtain of light that illuminates the stage before you. Animals sprinting by, and abandoned vehicles telling their stories in one second plays. When the fields around me fell away to forests, it became more and more obvious that were I to be walking, I’d be the only human around for miles, like a folklore wanderer on a forest path alone at the mercy of the mysteries and hauntings of the wild.
A lone gas station sign appeared above the trees.
*Hillsborough Farms.*
But only the letters *H* were illuminated. I pulled off into the empty lot of a strip mall style rest stop. I pulled up to a pump and sighed. I only saw the world at night, and everyone I met would be annoyed at the hours I’d pull into their stores just before closing. I watched a lone man limp out from between two of the pumps. He passed by my car close enough to touch the hood and was dressed in dark, unremarkable clothing. I had the distinct and morbid impression that were that man to disappear, no one would ever notice. When he had vanished into the night, I slipped on my mask and got out of my car. The payment screen on the pump was a streaked broken LED monitor. I tried my card, but there was no response.
I cursed and jiggled the card reader, but it remained firm. That was a relief at least, I wasn’t using a card skimmer. I circled with my car and tried two more pumps before I gave up and wandered into the convenience store.
No bell jingled. The fluorescent light above head hummed with electricity and flickered. My footsteps echoed oddly in the building, and the AC was running but only for moments at a time before it would make a loud clanging noise before it sputtered out and then kicked back on. I noted the lack of music, and behind the plexiglass the register was empty. The air was musty inside. Stifling and unclean. If it was possible for a room to have the same feeling as a motel sign then this was it. The door said the place was open, as did my phone. *Fucking weird.*
I sauntered to the fridges in the back, whistling as I went in the hopes that someone in the backroom would come out. The aisles were sparsely populated. A handful of off-brand bags of chips remained, a bag of twizzlers, I stepped over a Slim Jim wrapper and opened a fridge and grabbed myself the last energy drink. Something to keep me awake.
When I turned, I froze. A massive man idly shuffled toward the register. I hadn’t heard the guy at all. He was vacuum-seal thin, and the skin on his skull was pulled tight across his temples. He wore his hair in thin strands that were pulled back into a greasy ponytail. The weight of his head and arms were too great for his spine, and he doubled over in a question mark hunch. As I stared, I realized that were he to stand straight, he’d easily loom close to seven feet tall.
“Hey,” I muttered. He turned his head to me with passive neglect before stepping behind the counter with his back facing me. The giant wavered his weight ever so slightly between his feet. I didn’t think he had confidence in his ability to stand, and everything about his body language seemed wrong. I was reminded of a baby deer that stood on spindly legs with only a conscious understanding that it could walk but no practical knowledge.
I leaned forward and clacked my knuckles against the plexiglass, “Uhm, hey? Could I get twenty on pump -” I craned my neck back to see where my car was parked, “ - pump two please.”
The man faced me. His black eyes were staring listlessly through me. I felt like a ghost. His arm hung out beneath the plexiglass and his hand was upturned like a dead spider. I fumbled for my wallet and placed my card in his hand, but he didn’t move.
“Uh -” A string of saliva began to fall from the man’s lower lip as he stared. His nametag hung at a canted angle on his shirt. “-George?”
His hand slowly withdrew and palmed away the drool. He never looked away as he tapped button after button on the register. Error noise. I raised the Red Bull for him to see and said, “I have a . . .” There really wasn’t a point.
“Sssssorrry.” George croaked out. He swiped my card. The hard stop of an electronic error sounded. He swiped again to the same result. George stood up with sudden lucidity and swung his paddle hand into the machine and shouted, “FUCK!”
I jumped back. I needed to go. I could find another gas station. Hell, with the gas I had I might be able to make it back to my place. If I ran out of fuel, I’d walk and deal with this shit tomorrow.
“It’s okay, I can go -” I began.
“NO!” He was smacking the machine over and over. He beat it vigorously and the hollow plastic thuds echoed beneath the kickstarting heater. George swiped my card and slowly turned the card reader to me. Something had finally worked.
“T-thanks?” I typed in my pin and waited for the man to return my card. But George just stood there swaying with his eyes closed. He was gone for a moment. I pounded against the glass, finally done with this, “Hey?! Man, can I have my fucking card back?”
George jump-started and began smashing his hand against the register. I saw the screen crack and a rainbow of pixel bars imprinted around the impact of his hand. He swiped my card one more time before setting it down on the counter.
“Sssssorrry,” George rattled. I pocketed my card and was pushing open the door as he said, “Things don’t work here.”
I held my breath as I marched to the pump and made my selection. I hoped to hell and back that at least this would work when I jammed the nozzle into my car. The hose clunked and clinked and then I heard the tell tale rush of gas pouring into my tank.
“Thank fuck,” I cursed and shook my head. “What the fuck was that?”
The inescapable and sudden urge to piss overtook my body. George was almost imperceptibly moving out from behind the counter, and a quick glance around told me that no one else was around. There was absolutely no chance in hell that I was going back inside, so I beelined it to a copse of trees off of the parking lot. I left my car to keep pumping, and I ducked under branches and behind a pine tree until I was just out of sight of the store.
There was a low electrical buzzing coming from my right that I only noticed as I started to relieve myself. I don’t know why, but it made me think of the color blue. It was a broken sound, venomous, like if an electrical outlet could bite you. A man stepped out from the trees to my left. He was in dark, unremarkable clothing, and his face was marked with a passive rictus gasp. My blood froze. It was the same man who passed my car earlier.
“Whoa! Hey!” I fumbled for words as he passed in front of me. I think I might’ve even pissed on him.
He shuffled by like a zombie mumbling in slurred speech, “There’s a light. There’s a light. There’s a light. There’s a light.” Then he was gone in the direction of the electrical hum.
I pulled up my pants and ran back to my car. The viperous sound of electricity grew from a hum and into a roar as I crossed the lot. Gasoline was spewing down the side of my vehicle, overflowing from my tank. The automatic stop had failed. I yanked out the nozzle and it continued spraying gas.
“Fuck! Help!”
George was standing at the glass doors. His dead eyes watched me. He was like a spider with too many meals caught in his web. Passive, quiet, drunk, and uncaring. The giant wiped his mouth, but did not move to help. Fuck. My arms and feet were covered in gasoline by the time I put the hose back into place.
Then something exploded. A white burst of light engulfed the gas station, flattening all the shadows and leaving the world in a surreal high noon. Everything sounded like fire and electricity and the light faded into a sickly unnatural green-blue. George was bashing his head against the doors, and an acrid smell filled the air before everything went completely and utterly dark.
Thump. Thump. Thump.
Then there was the chime of a door opening out of sight. I cursed and piled into my car fumbling for my keys. The engine sputtered and I turned my key again. The dash lit up and every check engine light, oil warning, and system warning came alive like Christmas lights and my car engine refused to start. Radio static filled my ears, a bubble of noise in the absolute silence around me. The parking lot was dim in my flickering headlights, then there was an orange glow from the treeline and a harrowing shape appeared.
It stumbled out, reaching for phantoms that danced in the shadows cast from the fire that burned on its flesh. When it came even vaguely in my direction, I dashed from my car.
I ran in the dark. I ran from the store and onto a country road, and I ran until my lungs were on fire. My heart thumped like George’s skull against glass. But then I was alone. The only human being for miles. When my strength failed, I fell to the ground gasping in the cold wet grass. The forests were encroaching on either side, quiet yet hostile. I could be taken into those woods, snatched, and no one would ever find me again. When I got my bearings, I called my friend to pick me up.
I could hardly keep my voice down during the ride. There had been a monster in human skin in the grocery store, a man looking for light, an explosion, my pump overflowed. Someone had been on fire. My car refused to start. My friend asked if I wanted to go back to get my car, or to call for a tow, or even call the cops.
“When I get home.”
I passed out the moment I got home. Adrenaline rush and all that. I crashed.
The next day I called for a tow truck to meet at Hillsborough Farms and I hitched a ride with my pal. There were half a dozen cop cars, an ambulance, two fire trucks, two utility trucks, and a tow truck all crammed into the strip mall parking lot.
“Hey! Hey! That’s my car!” I jumped from my friend’s car and to the tow truck that was pulling my car out from under the pumps. The ground was covered in cat-litter that crunched under my feet, and a cop put his hand out to stop me.
“That’s your car?”
“Mind explaining to us why you abandoned your vehicle?”
I regaled the officer with all the details of what happened when I got there. How odd George had acted, the broken register, the other man, the overflowing fuel, the bright white light before all the power went out, the thing on fire, and how I escaped.
A group of officers and firefighters were listening in on this by the time I finished.
“There weren't any monsters guy.” The cop shook his head and pointed over to the double doors of the store. They were stuck open the wrong way and the glass was webbed. “Yeah, George OD’d. We found him this morning half in and out of the front doors. That other guy you saw must’ve been his pal. We found him charred up in the parking lot.”
I shook my head, “What? But how?”
A firefighter spoke up, “That electrical sound you heard. That was from a transformer. That man you saw did something to make it explode. It took power out for half this area.”
“Why would he - ?” I started
“There was dope in the backrooms. You know? Smack. H. Heroin.” The cop spoke up. “Makes you do all sorts of fucked up shit. It depersonalizes you.”
“Oh fuck.”
“Yeah. Oh fuck.”
I traded my contact info with the police. When a gas station representative arrived, we watched the tapes in glitched out black and white surveillance footage. It was almost comical to see how I jumped in the presence of zombies that did not even know I was there. By the time my tow truck arrived, the site was clear of the ambulance and the fire department. Electrical workers were milling about in the trees, and the gas station representative was dealing with their hell hole of an establishment. I emptied out my car of belongings and found a can of Red Bull sitting on the seat. George never charged me for it, I thought sardonically. I doubt I’d be getting shoplifting on my record. I cracked the can and grimaced, sugar-free. Fuck me.
I planned to go home and sleep some more. The sun was too bright, and I could handle living with my overnight dysfunctions. But sitting in the passenger seat of my friend’s car, I could have sworn I saw George standing idly out in the forests off of a lone road deep in Connecticut. He’d be alone out there. The only being for miles, and he’d soon be forgotten in death as he was in life.
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