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Game Engine Unity Learning Resources - Virtual Game Lab

Game Engine Unity Learning Resources - Virtual Game Lab

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SkillSwap: Making A 2 Player 2D Game With Unity [UPDATE] We have a brand new Unity tutorial which uses the new built-in 2D sprite and physics systems that Unity added in version 4.3. You can find it here. I recently presented a step-by-step workshop titled “Making A 2D Sprite-Based Game With Unity” to the Toronto SkillSwap community which is “A collaborative group for folks interested in sharing their skills and training with other developers in Toronto, and for folks interested in learning!”. Around 50 people showed up to the 3 hour workshop and although we tried our hardest to get through all of the content, we only completed about 1/2 of the project before it was time to move on to the beer drinking portion of the event. So while I still had all of the project steps fresh in my mind, I figured it would be a good idea to go through the workshop at home and screencast the whole thing so that everyone could get a chance to follow along with the complete tutorial.

Creating 2D Games With Unity3D Part 1 One of my goals for 2011 is to write at least one new blog post every week. I’m going to kick off that goal this week by starting a multi-part series on creating 2D games with Unity3D. Please feel free to add comments below, especially if you have insight or questions about making 2D games with Unity3D. Part 2 of the series is now available here. Introduction How can I start learning Unity fast? ( List Of Tutorials ) The most recent version of this list can be found at I just compiled a list of Unity resources for a different purpose (hence my subjective comments and a shameless copy&paste). Some of the resources have already been mentioned here and some of it is only Unity-related and not strictly for learning Unity itself. Nonetheless, here we go:

Create your On Video Game Maybe you've just come up with a great new idea. Perhaps you've always been curious how video games are made or wanted to learn how to make them yourself. Maybe you're feeling a little intimidated and not sure where to begin. Find out how my course has helped over 2300 students successfully learn to make games with Unity 3D and made this the most popular Unity course on Udemy! How to create an online multiplayer game with Unity - Paladin Studios C# Code creating a server Csharp GUI guide how to how to create a multiplayer game interpolate interpolating Interpolation joining a server kickstarter lfg LFG & the fork of truth multi multi player Multiplayer multiplayer game Multiplayer tutorial network network communication network manager object creation online player player-script predict Predicting Prediction Project refresh host Remote Procedure Call Remote Procedure Calls RPC RPCMode Script Server Spawning a player synchronize The fork of Truth tutorial Tutorial Project Unity Unity editor Unity Guide This tutorial will explain how multiplayer can be implemented using Unity’s networking functionality. We didn’t work on an online multiplayer game before, and here will we describe how we designed the implementation for LFG: The Fork of Truth.

C++ Game Programming Tutorial by Forest J. Handford In this chapter we will develop a Hangman game. To start off this chapter, we are going to learn about the ++ and the -- operator. They are unique operators that can come in very handy. If ++ is written after a variable then the variable becomes 1 more than it's previous value. Unity - Scripting API: This section of the documentation contains details of the scripting API that Unity provides. To use this information, you should be familiar with the basic theory and practice of scripting in Unity which is explained in the Scripting section of our manual. The scripting reference is organised according to the classes available to scripts which are described along with their methods, properties and any other information relevant to their use. The pages are extensively furnished with example code that you are free to use for any purpose without crediting Unity. The examples can be viewed in either C# or JavaScript using the menu at the top of each page.

50 Tips for Working with Unity (Best Practices) About these tips (Edit: August 2016. I have revised these tips. You can find the new list here.) These tips are not all applicable to every project. They are based on my experience with projects with small teams from 3 to 20 people.There’s is a price for structure, re-usability, clarity, and so on — team size and project size determine whether that price should be paid.Many tips are a matter of taste (there may be rivalling but equally good techniques for any tip listed here).Some tips may fly in the face of conventional Unity development.

TexturePacker - Create Sprite Sheets for your game! Optimize Your Game! TexturePacker helps you reduce memory usage and improve game's performance For best performance directly export to your target system's image formats like PVR, KTX and others.

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