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If you want to build amazing games that don’t require months or even years, then Unity is one of the best engines that you can work with! Unity is one of the most popular game engines on the market that make it easy for programmers and non-programmers alike to build games that are great in terms of aesthetic appeal and game play.
Unity is a cross-platform game engine that is used to develop video games for PC, consoles (PlayStation, XBOX, etc.) and even mobile devices (all operating systems). The latest version of Unity can also build games that are compatible with VR devices.
Unity is used for 2D and 3D games, and more companies are shifting to building games with Unity over other engines because it offers some amazing features such as easy learning curve, great documentation, populated asset store and even a large supporting community.
With software like Unity, game design is now seeing a new revolution. Where development was previously limited to programmers who would have to bring the designer’s vision to life, these days artists and other non-programmer can design and actually build their own creations, rather having to translate it to someone else.
If you want to become the next famous game developer, then here is the perfect place where you can start!
This complete-hands on course will help you learn your way around Unity, but not using old and boring theory. You will actually learn how to build 2D and 3D games from scratch! You will bring to life 35 different games that will help you grasp the actual concepts and features of Unity. It will also give you a more practical approach at learning Unity.
The first section of this course will be dedicated to helping you become familiar with Unity 3D’s interface, from there you will start getting into development. Towards the end of the course, you will get a crash course in the advanced topics of Unity such as Projectiles, Vector 2s, First Person Controls, Physics and Math & Quaternions.
Some of the games that you will build include:
At the end of this course, you will not only have the knowledge of working with Unity, but also the confidence to actually start developing games using this brilliant engine. That’s not all! You will also have 35 different games that you can add to your portfolio!
Enroll now and become a master game developer with this Unity 3D Project Course!