Easy Game Design with Unity

Have fun learning to code an interactive Meme loaded game in Unity
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (132 ratings)
9,745 students
Easy Game Design with Unity
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (132 ratings)
9,745 students
C#, Unity

Requirements

  • No
Description

We are going to be building a 3d scene as a setting for an epic dance battle between Shaggy and Thanos. Who will win? You will because you are going to learn C# coding and 3d Game Design using Unity! I like to keep things meme heavy and fun while teaching you serious coding skills you can use to impress your friends. This course is aimed at 7th grade through high schoolers.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginning Game Developers, 7th grade to Senior in High School
Course content
4 sections • 28 lectures • 1h 46m total length
  • Opening Unity
    02:16
  • Creating Terrain
    01:47
  • Texture
    01:29
  • UPDATE Texturing Terrain
    01:20
  • Texturing & Trees
    03:00
  • Shaggy Model & Hotkeys
    02:38
  • Fixing Textures And Problem Solving
    02:25
  • Mixamo Animation
    02:58
  • Extracting & Renaming Animations
    02:17
  • Animating Shaggy
    04:14
  • Looping Animations
    03:19
  • Fixing Thanos Textures & Animating
    02:08
  • Adding Music
    01:49
  • User Interface
    04:25
  • Animating Buttons
    03:52
  • Finishing Button Animations
    06:03
  • Scooby Sprite
    02:20
  • Coding
    09:49
  • Setting Up Shaggy Animations
    01:49
  • 19_A Coding the Animations
    05:18
  • Scooby Button SFX
    04:39
  • Particles
    02:00
  • Sliders
    03:56
  • Scripting Sliders
    07:09
  • More Control with Sliders
    06:37
  • Shaggy Speed with Slider
    03:09
  • Killing Thanos
    07:51
  • Sweet Victory
    06:01

Instructor
Digital Design Teacher, MTCHS
Ben Taylor
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 405 Reviews
  • 16,669 Students
  • 2 Courses

I have been studying interactive design since college. I love the challenge of teaching students everything from 3d animation to object oriented programming. My favorite subject is currently game design. I currently teach high schoolers at the prestigious Meridian Technical Charter High School. If a high school freshmen can learn to design, code, and animate, then so can you!