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Creating an inventory system in Unity, using C#

Austen Morin, Game Developer, Online Entrepreneur

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10 Videos (3h 16m)
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 1) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      10:46
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 2) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      27:01
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 3) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      16:18
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 4) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      43:02
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 5) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      12:06
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 6) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      16:59
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 7) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      21:54
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 8) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      16:36
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 9) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      19:52
    • Inventory System in Unity Tutorial (Part 10) Unity3D C# Tutorial

      11:47

About This Class

Learn how to create an inventory system in Unity. This course will focus on creating an inventory system much like systems in modern RPGs with item icons, tooltips, drag-and-drop rearranging, and more.

An inventory system can be quite a confusing topic for most and I hope this series will answer most of the questions. Inventory System Tutorial is a unity inventory tutorial that aims to explain the complexity of inventory systems so that even novice programmers will understand.

Download the item icons by Ails: http://www.pixeljoint.com/pixelart/44976.htm

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Very basic. Great for someone who does not yet know anything about C#

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Austen Morin

Game Developer, Online Entrepreneur

I'm professional game developer with years of experience in the industry and passionate about learning and teaching.

I wrote my first game when I was 17 and ever since, programming has been a key part of both work and play in my life. I studied Computer Science at the University of Cambridge where I still teach undergraduates. When I'm not teaching, I'm a freelance software engineer and enjoy my work with tech start-ups and social businesses.

So why not start learning to make ga...

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