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24 Lessons (5h 8m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      2:09
    • 2. Installing Unity & Visual Studio

      12:01
    • 3. Navigating The Unity Editor

      12:07
    • 4. Intro To Variables

      20:48
    • 5. If Statements

      10:21
    • 6. Loop Learning

      17:32
    • 7. Generating Road Edges

      7:00
    • 8. Adding Grass

      7:06
    • 9. Moving Our Car

      12:01
    • 10. Infinite Level Generation

      13:54
    • 11. Adding Side Collisions

      9:59
    • 12. Adding Road Objects

      11:33
    • 13. Implementing Hitting Objects

      10:42
    • 14. Adding Oil Spills & Speed Boosts

      10:00
    • 15. Side Road Objects

      12:27
    • 16. Object Spawning Chances

      16:46
    • 17. Bug Fixing

      8:38
    • 18. In Game UI Design

      24:07
    • 19. Creating A Main Menu

      17:47
    • 20. Creating A Death Screen

      11:38
    • 21. Implementing Death Statistics

      17:14
    • 22. Audio & Sound Effects

      24:56
    • 23. Building Your Game

      3:53
    • 24. Project Wrap Up

      13:14

About This Class

Easily Learn To Make Amazing Games!

This course aims to teach students with no experience how to create a PC Game! This class teaches students coding fundamentals and game design principles through hands-on tutorials. Using the free game engine Unity, students can learn how to make a fully functioning game and how to create levels from scratch in order to make a customised game that is playable and fun.

Concepts Covered

By the end of the course students should have an understanding of the following concepts:

  • Unity & Visual Studio Installation
  • Navigating In Unity
  • Steps Required For Game Creation
  • Programming Fundamentals Including:
    • Variables
    • If/Else Statements
    • For/Foreach Loops
    • Arrays/Lists
    • Functions
  • Designing Obstacles For Your Game
  • Importing Art Assets
  • Creating UI & Menus
  • How To Build/Export Your Game
  • Implementing Music
  • Basic Game Design Principles

Is this beginner and kid-friendly?

This class is for students who are new to Unity and has no required knowledge but can still be undertaken by students who are at a more advanced level. The course has no adult themes and is suitable for all ages.

What You Will Need

  • 8-12 hours of free time (This is dependant on skill level and speed)
  • A modern PC / Mac capable of installing and running Unity (See specs here)
  • An internet connection to download Unity and Visual Studio