Unity

Unity Course Student Publishes ‘Jungle Jumpers’ on Google Play

Unity Course Student Publishes ‘Jungle Jumpers’ on Google Play

Working on community support, a question that comes up a lot is ‘can I create a game after taking your course?’.  The short answer is YES, yes you can! We regularly hear from students who have gone to release commercial games after taking our courses. We love it when you share […]

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Paying it forward- Passing on free coupon codes

A number of us on the community form have been discussing a problem. Ben Tristem has an awesome looking Kickstarter for a new RPG course. Many of us want to help with that, but are either lifetime members, and thus will automatically get the course, or are already enrolled in […]

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Ludum Dare- Making a Game in 48 Hours

Ludum Dare- Making a Game in 48 Hours

One of the interesting ideas in trying out a new game concept is known as a game jam. These have a fixed period of time, from a day to a month, to make a game. These games are usually pretty primitive, but try out some new concept. I recently entered […]

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Loading Resources by Name in Runtime in Unity Resources Folder.

Loading Resources by Name in Runtime in Unity Resources Folder.

By default, Unity will strip all files that aren’t required to make a build smaller. But what happens if you want to load resources by name in runtime? Enter the Resources Folder. My first use of this folder was in creating icons to show the wind in my upcoming ship […]

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How to Add a Background Image to the UI Canvas of Your Unity Game

How to Add a Background Image to the UI Canvas of Your Unity Game

In my last article, I promised that I would cover inserting a background image. Start your game engines! Let’s go! In the Complete Unity Developer course lecture “Adding 2D User Interface Text”, our instructor, Ben Tristem, shows us how to add a background image to the UI (User Interface). Let’s […]

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Resources for Learning Unity and Game Design

Learning how to learn something as complex as the Game Engine Unity can be quite overwhelming. I personally wanted to learn Unity for a year before I actually was able to. I’m still continuing to learn about it to this day. The following is a list of courses, videos, and […]

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Contributing to an Open Sourced Game

Contributing to an Open Sourced Game

One way to learn game development, especially on a large scale, is to contribute to an open sourced project. Recently I’ve been contributing to the Project Porcupine, a project to build a base building game set in space, similar to Rimworld or Dwarf Fortress. So far it’s still in the […]

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Unity Course Student Converts Pen & Paper Role-Playing Game into a AAA Video Game

Unity Course Student Converts Pen & Paper Role-Playing Game into a AAA Video Game

It’s truly awe-inspiring, and humbling, for us to hear, see and read what our students get up to while taking our course. Here’s the story of James “Cheshire” Clayton’s dream of turning his paper and pen role-playing game into a AAA video game. We can’t wait to play it! My name is […]

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