Unity 5 Clone Bottle Flip 2k16 fast and publish on app store

Yohann Taieb, Unity, iOS, Android, Game dev, mobile app, reskin

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31 Videos (2h)
    • Introduction course overview

      1:34
    • 01 course introduction

      1:06
    • 02 Gameplay overview and download project files

      1:31
    • 03 Opening the Unity project template and current scene

      3:11
    • 04 Getting familiar with the Unity project structure and files

      1:37
    • 05 Adding the Bottle Gameobject

      2:45
    • 06 Adding the floor shelves

      3:01
    • 07 Collision and interaction between bottle and shelves

      5:19
    • 08 Adjusting distance between shelves and bottle

      2:47
    • 09 Working on the bottle jump velocity

      4:44
    • 10 Programing the bottle flip physics

      2:52
    • 11 Controlling the flip strength using mouse down duration

      6:26
    • 12 Adjusting physics velocity and rotation versus tap duration

      3:06
    • 13 Logic to know when the bottle stopped moving

      7:12
    • 14 Starting the code to know when a bottle flip has ended

      7:20
    • 15 Resetting the bottle position and rotation after a failed flip

      5:28
    • 16 Increasing player score after a successful bottle flip

      7:53
    • 17 Programming the game over screen and reward system

      4:33
    • 18 Designing the game app icon

      4:28
    • 19 Entering the iOS game player settings in Unity Editor 5

      2:19
    • 20 Creating the iTunes Connect initial settings

      5:51
    • 21 Generating the iOS executable xcode project

      4:24
    • 22 Opening the iOS build in Xcode

      2:43
    • 23 Launching the archiving process

      2:45
    • 24 Quickly taking screenshot for itunes connect settings

      4:41
    • 25 Archiving process and screnshot upload

      3:31
    • 26 Entering description and app store optimazed keywords (ASO tricks)

      4:18
    • 27 Uploading the archive build to iTunes

      1:44
    • 28 Final iTunes setup

      3:53
    • 29 Submitting the app to iTUnes for technical review

      6:32
    • 30 Wrapping up

      1:01