Adding Blockchain to a Unity Game
What you'll learn
- Blockchain integration using the NEAR blockchain
- Signing in with a NEAR Wallet
- NFT integration
- Creating a Mint Site
- Creating and deploying a smart contract
In this course you will learn how to integrate the NEAR blockchain into your Unity game. NEAR wallet integration is covered, so you can sign in & sign out of your NEAR wallet within Unity. Also, in Unity you will be able to connect to an NFT smart contract and retrieve any NFTs that the signed in user has. Additionally you will be shown how to create your own mint site where you can mint new NFTs and have them displayed on the website when they are successfully minted.
And.. I will go through how to create your own NFT smart contract and deploy it to the NEAR blockchain so you can use that newly created smart contract in your game!
What will you do in the course:
Create a NEAR wallet
Import a Unity package
Integrate the NEAR wallet into Unity
Integrate NEAR NFTs into Unity
Create a mint site
Deploy a smart contract
Why learn with me?
I’ve been building in Unity for over 10 years, created numerous plugins, VR/AR experiences and games. My most successful game had 1.4 million downloads. I've deployed VR solutions into US hospitals and am currently working on a blockchain game called Rogues.
Hopefully I'll see you in the course!
Who this course is for:
- Game developers interested in incorporating blockchain functionality like NFTs into their game
I've been developing games using Unity3D for over 7 years now. I currently have ten games published on the Android app store. My first game I ever wrote, 'Isle Survive', has had over 1 million downloads and an average rating of 4 out of 5. I have also written numerous Unity plugins to enable adding features to mobile games like advertising banners and 'In-App' purchasing.
Account packages, haulage systems, mainframe processors, websites... I've done all sorts of programming but now I try to write games and it is so much more fun!
I still remember how excited I was, getting my ZX81 and writing my first few lines of BASIC. Yes I'm that old...
I love how the barrier of entry to game development has been lowered these past few years. I'm sure this has a lot to do with the current indie game explosion and I'm very excited for the future.
Why not join my discord server and say hello?!