Learn The Steps To Create a 2D Platformer Game Very Quickly Using The Unity 3D Engine
Video Includes :
- 1 hour on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
Udemy Course Site Link : Click Here[In Free]
What Will I Learn?
- Create a mobile 2D game using C# and Unity
- Setting up a 2D project in Unity
- Understand Unity Layers
- Movement and action buttons
- Work with RigidBody 2D and Box Colliders
- Sound design
- At least a beginner-level experience with some kind of programming.
- A computer capable of downloading and running Unity.
- Time to go through the course and then play around with the game you created!
Everybody knows Unity has been the “go to” tool for making 3D games, but in recent versions they have cranked up the 2D goodness!
In this course for beginners you’ll be introduced to the basics of making your own 2D games in Unity. Putting sprites on the screen, making them move, handling input by touch or mouse, and adding sound fx to your game.
The tutorial videos walk you through every single step, so even if you’re a newbie, there’s nothing to worry about.
We’re focusing on 2D game development in this course – starting with NO CODING REQUIRED and going on from there!
“…first time using Unity and I understood everything.”
This course was designed to take place over a university semester, but here on Udemy you’re able to complete it at your own pace. You can get the basics under your belt and at the end of this course you’ll be able to put together simple 2D games using Unity.
Yes, even completely from scratch!
The basics of using the Unity IDE
How to handle physics-based objects
Mouse and keyboard interaction
Audio sound effects and music
Using the particle system.
The art and sound assets we’ll be using in this course are available free and the course works with the free version of Unity, so you don’t need to buy anything else.
Just sharpen your brain and head into the first lesson of the course!
Who is the target audience?
- Programmers who want to switch to Unity.
- Beginning game developers using Unity to make 2D games.