Unity Game Development Build 2D & 3D Games (Udemy.com)

Learn Unity game design & 2D & 3D game development & make your own C# games in Unity 3D

Created by: Mark Wahlbeck

Produced in 2018

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What you will learn

  • Build 2D Unity games & work with sprites
  • Build 3D Unity games
  • Write programs in C#
  • Apply for Jr. Game Developer jobs as a Unity 3D developer

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Overall Score : 80 / 100

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Course Description

Unity Game Development Academy by Devslopes
This is the most comprehensive course on Unity 3d on the Internet. We are avid game developers and were tired of all the junk out there - teaching students how to make 3D cubes without real world game development.
This Unity course is for absolute beginners & for seasoned programmers!
This course will take you down a guided learning path. You'll learn to code in C# and then go on to build 2D & 3D games.
Not only will you build games, but you will learn how to do it the way the pros do. We'll even cover advanced topics like lighting, cinematics, and multiplayer.
Here are some of the things you will learn:
  1. Installation & setup
  2. Physics
  3. Pathfinding
  4. Basic artificial intelligence
  5. Lightning & lightmapping
  6. Camera animations & cutscenes
  7. Character animations
  8. Scripting, scripting, scripting!
  9. Materials & skyboxes
  10. Sound FX & music
  11. Multiplayer over LAN & Internet
  12. Particle FX
  13. Melee & ranged battle systems
  14. Tower Defense Game
  15. Adventure Game
  16. Zombies!
  17. And a ton more....
And don't forget about our FREE chatroom where you can get live help, interact with the community, and find people to start your own game studio.
Now is the time to learn how to code and build Unity 3d games the Devslopes way!Who this course is for:
  • Beginners with no coding experience or Unity 3D experience
  • Programmers with no C# development experience
  • Game developers who want to learn Unity
  • Anyone who wants to learn Unity game development but doesn't know where to start

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Instructor Details

Mark Wahlbeck

I am a veteran mobile developer having built over 57 mobile apps for iOS and Android, and I've also build multiple Unity 3D games, including Call of Duty Ghosts mobile.
I also spend most of my days now as a professional engineering instructor - changing the lives of students throughout the world - helping them make amazing salaries as engineers.
My passion is helping people reveal hidden talents and guide them into the world of startups and programming. I currently am teaching iOS 10, Apple TV & tvOS, React & Flux web development, Objective-C, Swift 3, Android, Javascript, Node, and Java. I also teach Unity 3D game development.Devslopes transforms beginner students into paid professionals through curated project based videos, interactive quizzes, and exercises. After completing each course, you will have a strong portfolio, coupled with the technical understanding to build your own custom applications.

Our target students are:

  • First time developers
  • Entrepreneurs who want to build their own technology startup
  • Current developers looking to either advance their careers or learn new technologies.



By taking our courses, our students have been able to:

  • Get jobs as developers with amazing salaries
  • Launch (and even sell) their technology startups
  • Get promotions and make substantial career changes



We strive to teach students how to code through polished

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By Aaron Laster on 2 weeks ago

Mark Price has a certain delivery in his teaching that is amazing to me. I like how to the point he is. Even better is how precise his explanations are with more advanced topics.Im an older dude that got a basic programming (Associates) degree in 2003~ and never used it. Im now pursing my BA in Computer Science and dusting off my old skills and adapting to the times.Mark hits perfectly on the concepts especially for those who understand programming enough to follow modern concepts.

By Gray Can on 3 months ago

Course is outdated. No answers by authors.The methods used by authors are not best practices.I just quit after second game. Mark Price section was good but second guy was more confused than me.

By Nader Sfar on 3 months ago

I've really liked it , it helps me alot as a beginner, but i didn't find all of what I'm searching for and think the reason of this course is to give us the opportunity to develop the game more with researches from Youtube videos, and that's what I am doing, and I'm making a real progress. Now I can say that my legends of Devslopes is much nicer than yours haha , just kidding !

By Olivier Raveneau on 3 months ago

Ceci est mon 4ime cours sur Unity 5, et j'ai encore appris des choses. Le niveau technique des enseignants est suprieur mes prcdents cours. Cependant, l'enseignant des sections 4 et 6 manquait de rythme et passait de longues minutes dbugger en direct, plutt pnible surtout quant on a soit mme rsolu ou anticip le problme. J'ai apprci l'utilisation d'assets professionnelles tout le long du cours, mme pour voir les bases d'Unity. Et pour les bases de la programmation uniquement des exemples jeux vidos.Au final une bon cours, mais qui demandera beaucoup de travail personnel aux pures dbutants en programmation.

By Sriram Varma on 4 months ago

An excellent course. Covers everything we need. Learned a lot.Only drawback is that the responsiveness to answering questions is very poor.

By Dustin Cartwright on 5 months ago

Definitely a fan of Devslopes teaching style and realistic tutorials! I've learned a lot from your iOS and Android courses.I'm only about 30% through this course, but just wanted to say it's really good and I feel much more comfortable with Unity. The 2D section is great! I wish you would have more sections on 2D and possibly isometric design. But I'm glad I signed up for this one :)

By Jason Ratcliffe on 3 months ago

Well presented, and allows the learner to get initial results fast.

By Liza Fridman on 8 months ago

The game we're building is not as polished as I expected but the course gives you the tools to adjust the game as you like.

By Fernando Lucas Huerta on 6 months ago

un como en tanto a PROGRAMACION PERO LAS PARTES DE DISEO FUE BASTANTE MALO NO FUE BASTANTE EXPLICITO

By Yuchen Zhang on 2 months ago

After I went through Ben's unreal engine course, I think the projects in this course are not very intriguing. It is less attractive for me to go through.

By Harsh Adeshra on 10 months ago

In some sections, explanation is very poor.The good thing is that the asssets which they had provided for learning are amazing. Overall, the course can be improved more.

By Jay Andrade Hunt on 6 months ago

The beginning of the Course was amazing he fully explained logically every step we were taking and made it very clear the reasons behind his actions, I found it very easy to extend the zombie Rush Game as the code was very understandable and easy to follow. Section 4 was an absolute shit show, in my opinion, he wrote lines and lines of code without testing it, when he did test the game he only tested for the behaviour he wanted. I didn't understand his code and the way he explained things and from my own expereience, I was confused the way he handled the projectiles. I followed Section 4 to the letter and he left the code broken and unfinished. I didn't want to rewrite his code to continue with my own personal project and make it my own. Section 5 so far is really good he explains things very clearly and I understand the choices he's making the only criticism is the plane tiled assets, in my opinion, is quite cancer because it usually creates artifacts. I personally feel Section 4 should just be removed as I feel like it was a waste of my time to learn buggy broken mess with time-consuming practices of setting up the game and etc. If I was doing this course without section 4 I would give 4.5 stars with Section 4, 2.5 stars sorry.