Most games have characters with stats. The goal of the BaseStatsManager is to provide a template for setting up relevant stats and being able to easily apply them to any new character inserted into a scene. This class is easily modifiable for any type of game and is basically a set of variable declarations.


using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

// Used to manipulate the stats of an object. For interpreting these stats,
// communicate with the BaseObjManager.

public class BaseStatsManager : MonoBehaviour {
    // this is the display name of the character.
    public string characterName ="";
    public int score;
    public int level;
    public int health;
    public int maxHealth;

The BaseStatsManager, or some variation of it, should be attached to each object in a scene that has stats. Note that the BaseStatsManager is purely for the manipulation of stats – interpreting the stats (which includes destroying the object or pooling it) is intended to be handled in BaseObjManager.