How to make a Color Switch prototype in Unity using Playmaker
Build hypercasual game mechanics with Unity and PlayMaker
Understand different techniques of using PlayMaker for game design
Use Playmaker to add control over a player object
Add consumables to a game level and add interactivity to them
Make custom and smooth camera control mechanics
Implement procedural level generation using Playmaker
Setup UI elements and interactivity
Build a high score system to keep track of player score
Create multiple obstacles to a level and animate them
Basic knowledge of Unity and the basics of Playmaker
You must have access to PlayMaker the visual scripting plugin for Unity. No other software is necessary
What is this course about?
This course is about creating an entire hyper-casual game prototype using Unity & Playmaker focusing on different elements such as Controlling Objects, Custom Camera Mechanics, Level Design, Procedural Obstacle Creation, UI and High Scores.
Is this course for beginners?
This course is not for absolute beginners of Unity or Playmaker. A basic understanding of how Unity & Playmaker function is recommended to start the course. The course focuses more on implementing the core game mechanics for the prototype than teaching the basics of Playmaker and how states, variables and events function.
Who is this course is for? :
Game designers who are looking forward to make games with ease using PlayMaker in Unity
People who want to learn game development through recreating games
Anyone interested in learning how to make games without coding using Playmaker
Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to learn creating game mechanics in Unity
Playmaker users looking to learn about the full potential of it
Beginner Unity Developers who are interested in visual scripting
Rating: 5.0 out of 59 months ago
Very good explained, I had a problem that persist from beginning with colliders, won't check my colors for the trigger, but I'm not sure where is the problem so I'm not going to say it's authors fault. Maybe some version differences, I'm going to make a deeper check later.
Karthik Vaddadi is an indie game developer from India.
He is currently working as a Digital Marketer. He has three Google PlayStore titles on his name. He has experience working in Unity, Blender, Krita, GIMP, Inkscape and often does tutorials on PlayMaker the visual scripting tool for Unity on his YouTube channel.