This course is a basic introduction to the game development platform Unity 3D, brought to you by Awesome Inc and RunJumpDev. Through this course you will learn how to use Unity3D, write scripts in C#, and discover resources you didn't know existed. What's more, it'll only take three hours - a few hours that can start you on the path to becoming a game developer.
The course has 10 lectures, none more than about 30 minutes, and two lectures that give you more detail about Unity3D and resources you can use to become a better developer.
Becoming a game developer is an awesome aspiration, and there's no better way to get started than with this course. Good Luck, and Game On.
Lear what a game object is, and why they're important.
Learn the basics of lighting and camera angles in Unity.
Get a little more experience with general game objects.
Learn to Script in C# for controllable objects.
Learn to add dynamic sound to your objects.
Learn to 'fire' your Game Objects from a First Person view and check out the Unity Asset store!
Learn what exactly a prefab is, and how they can be critical for your success in Unity!
Learn to 'throw' our game ball.
Learn how to get first person aiming and more working.
Lets make our first important object - Angry Boxes!
Add some finishing touches to our Angry Boxes game.
Learn how to use a 'Game Manager' using our provided file download.
Learn how to create a playable file of your game that you can send to your friends.
What else can Unity do?
Learn who RunJumpDev is, and understand how they can help you!
Founded in 2009, Awesome Inc exists to create and grow high-tech startups. We do this by hosting community events, leading technology education courses, and offering a shared workspace. Our Awesome Fellowship Program provides mentorship for early-stage startups, while our Awesome Inc U program helps anyone learn to code. Our small but nimble team is made up of engineers, designers, marketers, and experienced entrepreneurs. Collectively, we hold masters degrees in economics, business, psychology, and public administration, and have started more than half a dozen companies.