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In this extensive tutorial series, instructor Alan Thorn takes us through a comprehensive look at the Unity Game Engine. If you've ever been curious about making games, or wondered what Unity has to offer, this course has everything you need to get you started with the engine. Ranging from an overview of the UI, all the way through Terrain, Lighting, Scripting, Post Processing, Debugging, and so much more!
You can download the latest version of Unity with the following URL for free:
More about the Instructor:
Alan Thorn is a freelance game developer and author with over 12 years of industry experience. He is the founder of London-based game studio, Wax Lyrical Games, and is the creator of award-winning adventure game Baron Wittard: Nemesis of Ragnarok.
He has worked freelance on over 500 projects worldwide including games, simulators, kiosks and augmented reality software for game studios, museums and theme parks. He has spoken on game development at universities throughout the UK, and is the author of nine books on game development, including Teach Yourself Games Programming, Unity 4 Fundamentals and the highly popular UDK Game Development.
Source files for the course are available here!
The instructor doesn't provide downloads. On the 13th tutorial he has assests he made in maya and doesn't provide them to us which makes it impossible to continue.
Working with assets but they do not provide donwload links, don't even reply to those asking for a link. No respect to the viewer of the lectures at all.
I like this into to Unity because not only it clearly tells what are the basic features of Unity, but here and there, sprinkled all over the place, there are precious suggestions of best practices and - equally important - what worse practices to avoid.
Very fast you learn to create environment but most basic to use and understood all the Unity SDK tools. Extremely clear english accent. It’s funny if you build your own game simultaneous and spend time to play after 3-5 lectures. Well done.