What Can You Do With Unity?

A free video tutorial from Jonathan Weinberger
Authorized Unity Instructor
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What Can You Do With Unity?

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The Ultimate Guide to Game Development with Unity (Official)

Created in partnership with Unity Technologies: learn C# by developing 2D & 3D games with this comprehensive guide

21:11:06 of on-demand video • Updated September 2020

Master beginner C# concepts, like variables, "if" statements, and arrays
Detect collisions, receive user input, and create player movements
Create power-ups including triple shots, laser beams, speed boosts, and shields
Apply shaders that transform your game backgrounds
Create enemies with basic AI behavior
Collect and destroy game objects
Implement sound effects, background music, and particle effects
Activate and use Unity’s Team Collaboration service
Navigate the Unity Engine and discover unique features like the Asset Store
Deploy your game to over 20 web or mobile platforms
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So you might be wondering what can you do with unity? Unity is an amazing game engine. Indie developers and triple-A studios alike are developing all sorts of games with unity. Due Sex, the fall by Infusion Interactive. Assassin's Creed. Identity by Ubisoft and Hearthstone, Heroes of Warcraft by Blizzard were all made in Unity. These games are unity at its best. The level of detail and customization that's possible allow developers to make unbelievable games. I've compiled a video containing all the top hit games created in Unity, which you can find on my website at game dev. John. I highly encourage you to check out these games and get inspiration and encouragement to dive into the world of game development. These are just a few examples of what major triple-A studios have created with unity. Now in our course, we'll be creating a 2D Galaxy space shooter, where you will learn the concepts of 2D game development. We'll create cinematic explosion effects using the animation system, and we'll focus on building your problem solving technique. Following the 2D game will be our 3D first person shooter, where you'll prototype out your own character controller, create destructible objects, and learn the overall development workflow of Unity 3D.