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Unity has been around for over 15 years, and in that time it’s become one of the most popular game engines, comparable to the Unreal Engine from Epic Games. can teach you how to build your games using this engine, and right now it’s on sale for $40.
With 141 hours of content split among eight courses, this bundle serves as a thorough introduction to creating games with Unity. If you’re just starting out, “Anyone Can Make a Video Game! Build a Battle Royale with Unity and Blender!” is a great jumping-off point that will teach you how to create both code and art for your self-made titles. This 50-hour course covers 3D modeling in Blender and programming in C# before illustrating how to construct your own brutal battle royale arena.
Additionally, each course in the bundle is dedicated to one aspect of game development. You’ll find everything from Python coding to pixel art. Classes include “Make a Starship Unity Game Powered by Artificial Intelligence” and “The Secret to Smoother Gameplay with Unity AI.” You’ll even have the chance to make your own clone of The Legend of Zelda, one of the most beloved franchises in the industry.
Each course in the bundle is taught by Mammoth Interactive which is in turn run by John Bura, a game designer and programmer who most recently sold a game to Nickelodeon. Bura is known for contributing to 40 commercial games, many of which have risen to number one in the App Store.
Users of The 2021 Complete Learn to Code by Making Games in Unity Bundle will gain lifetime access to all course materials, meaning you’ll have the opportunity to master every piece of information included in all 916 classes, and you can learn it at the pace that suits you.
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