Create a Low Poly Game using Unity, Blender and MagicaVoxel

Create a cool looking, low poly game in just one hour using Unity, Blender and MagicaVoxel.
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Create a game from scratch

Requirements

  • Comfortable using a PC

Description

Always wanted to create a cool looking game from scratch but haven't had the time to wade through tons of tutorials just to get started?

Well this course is definitely for you!

No messing around, no preamble (apart from this text!?), we just get going and get as much done as we can in one hour. You will be surprised how much you can do with the right guidance.

We will use Blender to create terrain, trees and rocks, MagicaVoxel to create our characters and pull them all together using Unity into an awesome looking low poly game that you can call your own, and did I mention that we do all this in one hour?

This course will give you the confidence to kickstart your game development career.

Who this course is for:

  • Any budding game developer

Course content

3 sections22 lectures1h 29m total length
  • Introduction
    00:29
  • Software Installation & Scripts Download
    00:44
  • Additional Help
    00:11

Instructor

Web & Game Developer
Morgan Page
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 550 Reviews
  • 29,553 Students
  • 9 Courses

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. 


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