Create games in Unity using Bolt Visual Scripting - NO CODE!

Make Games in Unity using BOLT Visual Scripting! - NO CODE | VISUAL SCRIPTING Online Course 2021
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The basics of Bolt Visual Scripting in Unity (Free no-code extension for Unity)
How to create and play gameplay mechanics like Movement, Animations, Sounds, Scenes transitions, Shooting & much more!
By the end of the course, you will have the knowledge to create simple games by yourself!
By the end, you will have 2 complete games you can continue to work on them and share with your friends & family!
How to create simple 2D characters using UPA Toolkit: Pixel art editor

Requirements

  • No prerequisites but the passion to create games but it will be better if you have even a small knowledge about the components in Unity (Rigidbody, Colliders...)

Description

By the end of this course, you will be able to speed up your game development process and create your own games in Unity using Bolt Visual Scripting.

Bolt brings complete visual scripting to Unity, empowering artists, designers, and programmers to create gameplay mechanics and interactive systems without writing a single line of code simply by using Flow Graphs which are powerful flow control graphs for low-level logic.

If you want to create your own games in a fun way that doesn't take a lot of time - start this course now!

What will you learn in this course?

The basics of Bolt Visual Scripting in Unity (Free no-code extension for Unity)

How to create and play gameplay mechanics like Movement, Animations, Sounds, Scenes transitions, Shooting & much more!

By the end of the course, you will have the knowledge to create simple games by yourself!

By the end, you will have 2 complete games you can continue to work on them and share with your friends & family!

How to create simple 2D characters using UPA Toolkit: Pixel art editor


What games will you create?

The first game is about a ball trying to reach the top, in its way he has obstacles that he needs to pass to get to the top.

The second game is more complex, you are the player trying to make sure the enemies (that spawn from the sky) don't touch the ground, you are able to shoot at the enemies and make them fly away from the ground.






Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Unity developers who want to make games without the need to code, easily, fast and free.
  • People who are interested in learning something new and see the potential of Visual-Scripting.

Instructor

Game developer
Matan Naveh
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 22 Reviews
  • 3,049 Students
  • 1 Course

Hi there!

My name is Matan Naveh, and my game development journey started in 7th grade when I was first introduced to Scratch, a very simple and easy to learn programing language. A few months later and a few impressive projects, I decided its time to learn something new so I looked for other programming languages. Then it hits me -  UNITY!

Unity is an advanced programming language that fits exactly the new challenge I was looking for - create my own games

and the rest? you probably guessed it.

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