Unity® 2D Mobile Platformer Course: Part 4 - Sixteen Game Mechanics You Should Know | AbleGamesDev . | Skillshare

Unity® 2D Mobile Platformer Course: Part 4 - Sixteen Game Mechanics You Should Know

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18 Videos (2h 23m)
    • Simple Coins Pickup Behavior

      4:36
    • Create the SFX Controller

      8:03
    • Enhanced Coin Pickup

      9:10
    • Toggle SFX From the Inspector

      1:54
    • Improving SFXCtrl Script

      5:10
    • Spinning Coins

      5:33
    • Bullet Powerup

      9:35
    • Dust Particle Effect When Player Lands

      7:12
    • Breakable Crates Setup

      4:42
    • Breakable Crates Scripting

      18:24
    • Create the Game Controller

      2:01
    • Create the garbage collector

      3:26
    • Reload Level When Player Dies

      7:22
    • Splash Effect When Player Fall in Water

      5:49
    • Dropping Platforms

      13:38
    • Moving Platforms

      14:50
    • Scrolling Backgrounds aka Parallax Setup

      4:54
    • Parallax Scripting

      16:33

About This Class

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Some Game Mechanics You'll Learn:

  • Simple Coins Pickup
  • Create SFX Controller: Professional Way to Show Particle Effects
  • Sparkle Effect When Coins are Collected
  • Spinning Coins
  • Bullet Powerups
  • Dust Particle Effect When Player Lands
  • Breakable Crates
  • Water Splash When Player Falls in Water
  • Dropping Platforms
  • Moving Platforms
  • Scrolling Background aka Parallax
  • AND MORE!
  • learn the step by step process to create these game mechanics using Unity® game engine
  • covers helpful tips and tricks
  • Scripting is done in C#

If you want the sprites and assets used in this course, you can download them for FREE here

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