Unity & Blender Masterclass: Make a 3D Zenda Game!
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Unity & Blender Masterclass: Make a 3D Zenda Game!

Learn to build a game in Unity®. Create the game's art from scratch in Blender.
4.1 (355 ratings)
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5,362 students enrolled
Last updated 6/2019
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This course includes
  • 30.5 hours on-demand video
  • 12 articles
  • 3 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Build a 3D "Legend of Zenda" game in Unity® from scratch.
  • Navigate the Unity® editor.
  • Code in C#.
  • Use Blender and navigate its interface.
  • UV map and unwrap your models.
  • Build 3D models for the game in Blender.
  • Integrate the art from Blender into Unity®.
  • Build video game levels.
  • Create your own materials.
  • Learn the basics of animation.
Course content
Expand all 194 lectures 30:28:00
+ Introduction
2 lectures 00:13

Click below to download and install Unity. 

https://unity3d.com/get-unity/download

Unity works on both Mac and PC. It is virtually the same on both. 

Also, please install MonoDevelop or another code editor. MonoDevelop is the code editor we use in this course. It should come with Unity. 

Preview 00:11
+ T01. Introduction to Unity
8 lectures 58:14
1.2 Unity Editor
13:20
1.3 Moving a Cube
12:03
1.4 Materials
08:54
1.5 Lights
06:15
1.6 Particle System
06:20
1.7 Applying Physics
04:58
1.8 Asset Store
03:11
+ T02. Introduction to Coding
5 lectures 55:51
2.1 Introduction
02:08
2.2 Variables
16:59
2.3 Methods
16:19
2.4 If Blocks
07:40
2.5 Loops
12:45
+ T03. Introduction to Inputs
6 lectures 58:59
3.1 Introduction
01:58
3.2 Key Presses
13:35
3.3 Moving a Player
11:03
3.4 Jumping
10:58
3.5 Moving Forward
07:18
3.6 Cycling Cameras
14:07
+ T04. Introduction to Prefabs
7 lectures 51:56
4.1 Introduction
01:49
4.2 Introduction to Prefabs
16:51
FAQ on Instantiating Objects
00:27
4.3 Random Angles
09:15
FAQ on Destroying Objects
00:14
4.4 Explosion Effect
13:12
4.5 Adding Explosion Effects
10:07
+ 01G. Player Movement
10 lectures 01:10:43
g1.3 Moving the Player
10:22
g1.4 Key Input
04:59
g1.5 Activating Physics
07:03
g1.6 Jumping
05:23
g1.7 Double Jump Block
08:22
g1.8 Velocity
06:11
g1.9 Velocity Optimizations
04:09
g1.10 Looking Around
10:18
+ 02G. Weapons
11 lectures 01:13:44
g2.1 Designing a Sword
07:23
FAQ on Sword Rotation
00:23
g2.2 Swinging the Sword
08:11
g2.3 Moving the Sword Back
07:56
g2.4 Retreating the Sword
05:34
g2.5 Designing the Bomb
03:09
g2.6 Bomb Script
02:49
g2.7 Exploding the Bomb
10:24
g2.8 Throwing Bombs
12:09
g2.9 Bow
14:08
g2.10 Swapping Weapons
01:38
+ 03G. Enemies
7 lectures 01:03:20
g3.1 Simple Enemies
17:03
g3.2 Strong Enemy
06:39
g3.3 Hit Area
01:58
g3.4 Patrolling Logic
09:47
g3.5 Shooting Enemy
08:24
g3.6 Enemy Bullet
06:44
g3.7 Damaging the Player
12:45
+ 04G. Camera and User Interface
4 lectures 48:13
g4.1 Camera
08:36
g4.2 Game Interface
21:31
g4.3 Health Bar
08:17
g4.4 Main Menu
09:49
+ 05G. Terrains
5 lectures 48:20
g5.1 Terrain Basics
10:48
g5.2 Painting the Terrain
11:59
g5.3 Trees and Grass
10:55
g5.4 Water
06:23
g5.5 Flare and Camera Effects
08:15
Requirements
  • To follow along with these tutorials, you will need the following programs: Blender v2.78 (for 3D modeling and texturing), Photoshop or a free program like Gimp (for 2D art and some texturing), and Unity® 5.4.3f1 (for game set-up and coding).
  • Unity® and Blender are free to download. Please download and install Unity® and Blender before purchasing this course.
  • This course was recorded on a Mac computer, but you can use Unity® and Blender on a PC.
Description

"This course is a great way to get introduced to coding and bringing the game together from a full SLDC stance. The instructors are responsive, and the Q&A sections are extremely helpful. 100% worth the time invested to learn through this course." -Derek H.

"I learned so much from taking this course about Blender and Unity and making games in general. Thanks for such an awesome course!" - Joseph D.

"Before this course I only knew basic coding. During this course, mostly due to the great explanations, I learned so much about coding. Looking forward to taking more courses of Mammoth after I make this game shine for my 2 daughters who loved to play every bit of the game during the course." ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

"Very comprehensive tutorial for fans of Zelda and Metroidvania games. Goes straight into basic coding with C#, very brief and more of a refresher than a course on C#, then goes straight into coding the game with movement controls, camera controls, AI, ability acquisition, dungeon completion, and designing with Blender. Lessons are straight to the point, easy to follow, and perfect for people who are learning the more intermediate to advanced coding techniques required for these games. Extremely impressed; would learn again!"

"I really like the way the instructor explains the syntax of the code. He is thorough and explains how the syntax works as he shows you how to write it and what it does and how it functions. Need more instructors like him..."

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In this course, you learn how to build a 3D game with Unity® and Blender. This course is unique because we make both the code and the art for the game from scratch. 

  • Learn the fundamentals of designing, coding, and modeling a 3D game.

  • Design the game "The Legend of Zenda" and its functionality in Unity®. 

  • Learn how to code in C# and build video game levels. 

Why Unity®?

Unity® is one of the most popular platforms in game development. You can use Unity® to build 2D and 3D games. Unity® is cross-platform, which means it is easy to use with other platforms.

Then you create the 3D models for the game in Blender. You build all the art assets for the game, including the characters, weapons, cannon, dungeon, and temple. You learn how to integrate your art from Blender into Unity®.

"At the first glance, I was not very amazed, but when I saw the curriculum and methods used in the classes, I am certain that one can take as much as possible out of this course into a real world example. The course teaches you: Unity from ground up C# Programming in general Blender modeling So you don't have to understand Unity nor programming nor Blender. The pace is more on the slow side, but it is very easy to grasp and pick up. It is a great tutorial package with A HUGE library of steps. Highly recommended!"

"The programming portion is very well explained. The instructor provides very good examples on how C# programming is performed on objects. I'm enjoying the Blender portion of the course. The development of a character in Blender is explained very well and I've learned many new techniques for UV Mapping the character."

Why Blender?

Blender, like Unity®, is a popular production suite that is free to download. Blender is a revolutionary tool for making 3D art digitally. With Blender, you can make art assets for games, like we do in this course. 

  • The pace is more on the slow side, but this course is very easy to grasp and pick up. It is a great tutorial package with A HUGE library of steps.

Even if you're not an artist, you can make basic art models. You may have heard of Axiom Verge and Stardew Valley. These games are million-dollar successes. But did you know that only one person made each? 

Usually it takes a whole team of people to build a game. But creators Thomas Happ and Eric Barone developed and designed their games by themselves. Now they're millionaires. You can do it, too.

Let's get started!

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to learn Unity® 5.4.3f1 or Blender v2.78.
  • Anyone who wants to learn game development.
  • This course assumes you know a little about Unity® 5.4.3f1 and Blender v2.78.