Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.16 GB | Duration: 28 lectures • 2h 53m
Learn how to create 2D games by making a Moody Atmospheric 2D Game with Unity and C#
What you’ll learn
Creating Games Using Unity
Creating Games With C# Programming Language and Unity
Animating Characters In Games
Lighting in games
Sound effects for Video-Game Development
Learn basic game logic
Create Video Game Animations
Create basic physics for your characters
No programming Experience needed
No Game Development Experience needed
Have a working PC/MAC
Being Creative and Having Fun!
This course is designed to ensure that you learn the fundamentals of Unity and the C# scripting language it uses specifically we’ll be making a Dark/Atmospheric 2D game.
Things you’ll learn in this course
Learning how to Implement 2D Lighting to your game.
Learning How to Implement and use Unity’s Particle System to create some nice looking effects.
Programming a Player Controller that Double Jumps, Dashes, Wall Jumps and more!
Learning How to add Trails and to specify when to use it.
Adding Tiles using Unity’s Built-In Tile set Editor.
Adding a Pause Menu.
Using A smart camera (Cinemachine) to follow out player.
Basic Unity Animation and when to tell our game to start animating.
Understanding how physics and Rigidbodies work in Unity.
Understanding how variables and functions work in C#.
Adding a basic score system.
learning how to add buttons and making a full main menu.
and finally building and exporting your game to android.
And More You will discover in the course.
as well as you’ll also gain a deeper understanding of how things work in unity and understanding how to make an Artmospheric 2D game like what we’ll be making in this course.
NOTE: This course is NOT for who is advanced in unity game development, it will only waste your time.
Who this course is for
Anyone Wanting to learn Unity Game Development
Anyone Wanting to learn C#
Anyone wanting to make a game
Programmers that want to learn Game Development