Unity 3D Master Class - Game Development For Beginners (Udemy.com)

Learn To Create Professional 3D Games For Any Platform With Unity 3D. A Comprehensive Course That Teaches Real Skills

Created by: Infinite Skills

Produced in 2017

What you will learn

  • Learn How To Use Unity 3D To Create Stunning Games That Work On Any Platform

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Overall Score : 84 / 100

Course Description

This course teaches the core skills for Game Development in Unity 3D. Once you've completed this course you can take your skills even further with our Advanced Unity 3D Game Development course This Unity 3D Game Development training course from Infinite Skills introduces you to the fundamentals of 3D game design with the Unity engine. This tutorial is designed with the absolute beginner in mind; no prior experience with Unity is required.
You will start by exploring the Unity interface, and learning how to manipulate objects in the editor. Throughout this video training course, you will be putting what you learn to immediate practice by creating an actual game - Coconut Hut. Robert teaches you how to import assets for the game, apply physics to objects in the game, and how to combine assets to create complex objects. You will implement behaviours, learn to develop Boo, JavaScript and C# scripts, add animation and manage lighting for the game. Finally you will render and build the game for distribution.

Once you have completed this video tutorial for Game Development with Unity 3D, you will have a strong grasp of the fundamentals needed to build a functional game using the Unity 3D engine. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons. Who this course is for:
  • Anyone Who Wants To Learn How To Create Professional 3D Games
  • Level: Beginners

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Infinite Skills

Infinite Skills is a Canadian based company who offer a huge and ever growing range of high quality eLearning solutions that teach using studio quality narrated videos backed-up with practical hands-on examples and comprehensive working files. All courses are created by trained educators and experts in video based education.
The emphasis is on teaching real life skills that are essential for progressing in today's commercial environment.



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By Jackson Garber on 4 months ago

A lack of availability of even the simplest tools mentioned combined with outdated instructions and gaps in instruction make this a poor choice for a beginner or anyone really.

By Joely Corban on 8 months ago

Good match for me! I'm a complete beginner.

By Raffaele Ragni on 8 months ago

Mi aspettavo un corso per principianti che non andasse troppo nel dettaglio, invece tratta molti elementi con cura e senza dare nulla per scontato. Un ottimo corso, dove ogni azione viene spiegata in maniera chiara.

By Przemyslaw Bobak on 3 years ago

Freaking awesome. I love how each lesson focuses on Unity's features but in the grand scheme of things you're just adding features to games. Definitely recommending it to my friends. The only issue is that the course is still in Unity 5.4 while Unity 5.5 seems to be the norm already. I have struggled getting some settings or scripts to compile the right way because of Unity 5.5. breaking changes.

By F Keep on 3 years ago

This is dated material and uses Unity 4.3. I would not recommend this course unless you have some basic understanding of coding for either JavaScript, C# (sharp), and/or Boo. If the scripts were updated the course would be an excellent resource for first time learners wanting to learn the basics of Unity. Some simple fixes and updating would have made this a five star class, even with the use of Unity 4.3. Several exercises needed update to work. This course will require students to do the research regarding some the issues to continue this course. An example would be that Unity no longer uses GUI, but, now only uses UI, etc. Thus, you need to find the answer in the Unity Manual or Unity Community.*Note you will spend add'l time finding the solutions. The instructor no longer answers the Q & A. One mistake I kept making in the scripts was using the number 1 for location, instead of the lower-case letter "L" the "l" for "location", in Unity MonoScript the number 1, lowercase L (l), and the uppercase "I" looks the same in MonoScript. Reiterating use the lowercase L for location (l) this is what it will look like in the MonoScript font (1, 1, 1). Thus, my bad.

By Draghici Stefan on 4 years ago

Although the course is using Unity 4.6, the information is still useful for later versions. This is a very good course for 3D game dev.

By Greg Acuna on 4 years ago

I had high hopes for the class and tried to be patient with the style, but halfway through I have to tell people if you're a beginner you're better off looking for another way to learn Unity. There are big gaps in the intro part and then there are some jumps in the middle. The biggest disappointment is when scripting is introduced and basically just a fast fire exercise in typing commands with almost no explanation about the lines of code and what they are actually doing.I guess this could be go for coders who are moving to learn Unity, but definitely not for someone who want to get the basics of Unity.

By Darren Fritts on 4 years ago

This doesn't cover the changes in the new Unity 5, as it was created with an older version of Unity 4 --- BUT most everything still applies in Unity 5, so I HIGHLY recommend this course. It's also very complete and professionally presented as it covers everything needed to learn the basics of Unity and beyond in an easy to understand manner. If you want to learn the basics of Unity, this is the best course I can recommend to get you well on your way to creating a polished first game, which you actually build as you work through this course. The course is well prepared & presented (high quality audio & video) by an excellent & qualified instructor. He knew what he was teaching and how to teach it. No complaints whatsoever.

By Biboo Chung on 3 years ago

Comprehensively explain all the basic stuff but did not explain much on some intermediate topics such as GUI implementation as the instructor do not want the beginners to have heavy coding.

By Adam Knight on 4 years ago

Can't recommend this highly enough, the instructor covers a vast number of areas in Unity, presents clearly and with nice short lectures. It's a great course.

By Charles Speer on 3 years ago

I started this later than I should have, as Unity 5 is out now and this covers 4. However, this was still a great course and covered a lot of very relative topics. I consider myself an intermediate level Unity developer and was at first unsure how much I would learn. I ended up getting my money's worth after all!Things I particularly loved about this course:1) The instructor goes at a nice and steady pace. I was able to utilize Udemy's speed up option during parts I was more confident with. But it was great to put it back at x1 speed when I was trying to follow along. Never did I feel like the instructor lost me due to pacing.2) The instructor does a great job at using explicit visual actions/commands as opposed to the quicker ones hidden to the viewers. For example, key shortcuts are rarely used, and when they are, the instructor lets you know what keys to press on a Mac and Windows.3) The course chapters make sense in their content and order.I recommend this course to anyone looking to learn (more) about Unity.To the instructor: Thank you for taking the time and energy to make this course and help people become better Unity Developers.

By Justin Leger on a year ago

Very comprehensive. Out of date, of course. I genuinely feel like I'm learning, though.Having to solve the discrepancies between the older version of Unity used in this tutorial and my newer version is a blessing in disguise; it forces familiarity with the new layout through active problem solving.Highly recommended!