Mobile Games 101 – Android and iOS Development
- Basic understanding of Unity and C#.
Create your own mobile games for Android and iOS devices by learning to develop them in the popular game engine Unity. This course will not only teach you the core skills to export your Unity games for mobile devices, but also how to implement game controls using typical touch-based mechanics. Whether you want to create an addictive hyper-casual platformer or a real-time strategy game, these foundations will enable you to jumpstart your mobile game developer career and build games for any genre.
You will learn how to:
Detect touch inputs such as tapping to control your game
Implement various mechanics based on popular gestures (zooming, dragging, etc.)
Build your Unity-made game to both Android and iOS
Who this course is for:
- Game developers wishing to expand into the mobile game market
- Anyone looking to bring their mobile game ideas to life
- Self-learners wishing to expand their knowledge for touch inputs
Trusted by over 1 million learners and developers, Zenva provides world-class training on in-demand programming skills covering game development, machine learning, virtual reality and full-stack web development.
Our e-learning platform Zenva Academy is the leading place to upskill, learn and gain key tech skills for the innovation economy. Our curriculum is organized about Mini-Degrees™ which cover a wide range of technical subjects and include video, project files and mentor support.
Certified game developer and Founder of ZENVA - the world's leading platform to learn game making, VR, machine learning and full-stack programming. Since 2012, Pablo has been developing professional-grade courses that have helped over 1 million people gain valuable skills.
Pablo is a member of the Intel Innovator Program in the Asia Pacific Region, and has run live programming workshops in San Francisco, Brisbane and Bangalore.
Pablo holds a Master in Information Technology (Management) degree from the University of Queensland (Australia) and a Master of Science in Engineering degree from the Catholic University of Chile.