Complete Introduction to Unity Engine 2020
- Computer Capable of Running Unity is Required For The Last Part of The Course.
Are you looking for an entryway to creating your own games?
Many people feel overwhelmed when starting out developing games, many people quit because of the huge amount of new knowledge flowing in rapid succession. With this course, I want to help you succeed in starting your own game developer career by providing you with the tools to properly start using the Unity Engine and master it in the shortest time possible.
Unity is a cross-platform game engine publicly available for use. It is used in game production, film production, and various industries that require some sort of 3D interactivity or visualization. Unity Engine was launched in 2005 with the vision to "democratize" game development by making it accessible to more developers. This year, 50% of the games that were launched on major platforms were made with Unity Engine. As of today, Unity Engine supports over 20 platforms, placing itself as the leader in terms of flexibility and availability.
In this FREE course, we will be going through everything you need to know to get started with the Unity Engine in 2020. From licensing to creating a project to navigating the Editor environment. This course has everything you need to hit the ground running when it comes to learning how to make your own games.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested In Game Development
- 00:43Course Overview
- 00:41How To Follow The Course?
- 01:09What is Unity?
- 00:55Why Unity?
I am a game development enthusiast from Lithuania. I have been working with various game engines over the last 7 years of my career as a game developer.
I have an extensible amount of expertise with using the Unity Engine and have helped in the realization of a sizeable amount of new projects ever since I have started working together with Unity 4 years ago, testing various games both from Indie developers and AAA studios.
I wish to share my love and knowledge for this medium with anyone that might be interested and willing to learn as I try to do every day. As long as at least one person got something useful from one I teach, I consider it a success.
Happy Development! - MV