You know what they say—when a virtual butterfly flutters its wings, a bunch of mad computer scientists will figure out a new and improved way for that butterfly to flutter its wings.
To give developers a side-by-side comparison of Blueprint graphs and SkookumScript, Agog Labs CTO Markus Breyer (aka “GreatGuru”) has converted the behavior of a butterfly in the Blueprints demo project to SkookumScript.
For more on this Skookumly Skookum butterfly effect and instructions on how to download and run the butterfly demo on your computer, check out Markus’s post in the SkookumScript forum.
Extra Info on the UE4 Plug-in
For additional information on the SkookumScript Unreal Engine plug-in see the SkookumScript + UE4 landing page.