Unity C# Passing Data Between Scenes [duplicate]

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I am currently working on a in-app purchase store for my game which is found on a different scene. The trouble I am having is when I click a button for example for a new skin like white skin, in that scene it will save the data that the bool of "didwhiteskin" becomes true although when I load the gamescene it wont save this data therefore not run whats inside the if statement.Thank you for yall help and I will answer any questions if needed.

Additional Info: The function ChoseWhiteSkin() is called when a button clicked on StoreView.

Heres my code:using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;
using UnityEngine.SceneManagement;

public class StoreScript : MonoBehaviour {

bool didwhiteskin = false;

public static StoreScript Instance {

void Awake () {
DontDestroyOnLoad (transform.gameObject);
Instance = this;

// Use this for initialization
void Start () {
Scene currentScene = SceneManager.GetActiveScene ();
string sceneName = currentScene.name;

if (sceneName == "GameScene") {
if (didwhiteskin) {
Debug.Log ("this ran");
//This where I will put function to change skin but the issue is the if statement never being ran
else if (sceneName == "StoreView") {


// Update is called once per frame
void Update () {


public void ChoseWhiteSkin() {
didwhiteskin = true;

You can define a global variable for all scenes like this:public static int didwhiteskin = 0;

So you can declare and initialise this variable in your first scene in the game, and then just refer it in any other scene you may create.
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