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Crash Course in 3D Game Design: Creating a game level using Unreal Engine 4

Albert Chen

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8 Videos (16m)
    • Course and Instructor Introductions

      1:20
    • Downloading and Installing Unreal Engine 4

      2:05
    • Crash Course in Interface and Navigation in Unreal Engine 4

      5:07
    • Level Mapping

      1:43
    • Blocking out your level

      2:40
    • Finalizing

      1:32
    • Playing your level and recording gameplay footage

      0:50
    • Final Thoughts

      0:56

About This Class

Let former professional game developer Albert Chen show you how to quickly create a 3D game level using the free but powerful Unreal Engine 4.  He will guide you through installing and using Unreal Engine and then walk you through the level design process.  By the end of the class, you will be able to create a simple 3D game level that you can show off to friends and family.  This class assumes that you are comfortable using a Windows PC or Mac and that your computer meets the minimum hardware requirements to run Unreal Engine 4.  No prior game design, programming or 3D modeling experience is required.  

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12 of 15 students recommendSee All

Great crash course on UE4!
Donnie Maynard Christianson

Musician, Artist, Designer

Thank you for the class and I hope that you will create more courses about Unreal Engine because you are making it easier to learn. However i think you can improve concerning your audio. I have a class that maybe will help you. Here is the link: http://skl.sh/2qrc2oO. Otherwise keep it up with the good work!
Javed Hassam

Adventurous Filmmaker & Graphics Designer

Quick and to the point. Very helpful if you are just starting out.

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Albert Chen is Assistant Professor in the Game Design and Development program at Cogswell College in San Jose, California. He has led students in the development of serious games using game engines in conjunction with the Boeing Company's Skunkworks team, Neurosky (producer of commercial brainwave sensors) and the Ericsson US research team. As Associate Director for Cogswell's Engineering Simulation and Animation Laboratory (ESAL), he led a team that was awarded the Boeing Performance Excelle...

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