Building Unity 2D Platformer

Making 2D Platformer From Scratch
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (197 ratings)
10,270 students
Building Unity 2D Platformer
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (197 ratings)
10,270 students
To code in C#
Making a Map Using Tilemap In Unity
Combo Attacking System
Build A 2D Platformer

Requirements

  • Unity 3D
Description

The main point you will learn in this course is the fundamentals of Game Development and how to make an amazing 2D Platformer.


We will start strong off with learning a bit of Unity and its interface, one of the most popular game engines for game development, so if you have never used Unity before I got you covered.

This is course is friendly familiar with those who have never used Unity before, but if you have ever used it before or did some programming it will help you out to understand better, but without fear come and step inside into the course even if you have only wished to learn Game Development.

So what is you waiting for, come inside and let's start learning on how to make an amazing 2D Platformer.


Who this course is for:
  • Complete Beginners
  • Anyone who wants to become a Game Developer
Curriculum
1 section • 21 lectures • 5h 32m total length
  • Preview of the game
  • Improting Assets And Adding Our Player
  • Player Movement
  • Jump
  • Adding Animations
  • Player Attack
  • Finishing Attack
  • Skeleton Patrol
  • Skeleton Hit And Death
  • Skeleton Attack
  • Finishing Players Attack
  • Mapping
  • Camera Follow
  • Making The Dragon
  • Camera Shake
  • PlayerHit
  • Player SoundFX
  • The Rest of SoundFX.
  • Theme Songs And Dragon Death
  • Health UI, Players Death And Health Pot
  • Gameplay Manager

Instructor
Game Developer Sensei
Magic Coding
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 341 Reviews
  • 16,573 Students
  • 5 Courses

I'm a self-taught indie game developer. Game Development plays a big part in my life and I been loving it since day one. Being a beginner and knowing how hard is it to find good tutorials I decided to create tutorials/courses where I will be teaching you guys the way I wanted to be taught giving you my best knowledge on how to make games.

So Udemy allowed me to express my passion for game development and also teaching you guys how fun is it to make games.