Master Game Development With Unity Game Engine Volume 15

Fahir Mehovic

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19 Videos (2h 32m)
    • Class Preview

      2:41
    • Where Can You Get Live Help

      3:46
    • Importing Assets And Creating Our Prefabs

      11:02
    • Creating Our Level

      11:39
    • Creating Our Sling Shoot

      8:34
    • Brick Script

      4:39
    • Game Variables And States

      6:34
    • Bird Script

      8:24
    • Camera Follow

      6:01
    • Preparing Our SlingShoot Script

      8:31
    • SlingShoot Script Functions

      14:41
    • Finishig Our Sling Shoot Script

      11:44
    • Game Manager

      16:19
    • Finishing Game Manager

      4:30
    • Camera Move

      7:01
    • Destoyer And Parallax Scroller

      3:22
    • Creating Menus

      7:57
    • Pig Script

      4:47
    • Wraping Things Up

      9:19

About This Class

In this part of our course we are going to create a game I call Throwing Birds, which is a clone of angry birds game.

This part of the course is going to teach us a lot of new features such as how can we create a slingshot effect and how can we throw the birds in a calculated path and much more.

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I am founder and owner of Awesome Tuts, a website I dedicated for teaching people how to code and how to make games.

I am certified Android And Java Developer, but my passion is creating games and making apps.

I have more than 3 years of programming experience and have created over 15 apps to date.

I have also more than 2 years of teaching experience so I know what students what to learn and how they want to learn.

In my courses you can expect a practical approach in teaching, that means I create projects rather then explaining this is used for this, and this is used for that. By using practical approach I can teach people how to code by creating a real world application that you can publish for production.

Why don't you join my classes and see what I have to offer, I guarantee that you will love what you see and you will not want to go anywhere else to learn how to code.