Unity Game Developers Masterclass: Write Games using C#
Create and Extend your own games. Learn scenes, user interfaces, physics, game logic, scripting, and custom tools.
Have you always wanted to create your own games, but don’t know where to start?
Maybe you tried out Unity, but could not really get the hang of it.
Or perhaps you just want to get become a better games programmer.
Whatever the reason, this course is for you.
Learn to creates games in Unity. But not only that, learn to do it the right way, like the professional game programmers do.
The fact is, there are many ways to create games. It takes skill, but to get the best results, you have to do things the right way.
There are many game programming courses on Udemy, but few teach you the right way to go about it.
Important concepts included in this course, that many do not include are as follows:
Learn good and bad practices and be able to focus on good practices.
Learn what design patterns are and how to put them into practice.
Understand game logic and physics.
Learn how to write clean and maintainable code.
Learn how to refactor (What it is and how to do it).
Learn how to create your own tools for game development.
Learn how to create custom components
Very few courses teach these concepts, but they should be mandatory.
Because failure to learn these lead to buggy code, and projects taking much longer to complete. By learning the right way to create games, you make life easier for yourself and actually become a lot more productive and a more capable programmer. The professional games developer develops code like this, you should as well.
What experience do I need to take this course?
No previous experience is necessary. Goran Lochert, your course instructor is an expert games developer, who has worked on many games in many frameworks. He is also an official Oracle Java certified developer, and an official contributor to LIBGDX, and other games frameworks.
He has great skills and experiences with Unity3D.
As a result, you are learning from one of, if not the most experienced Unity games developers on Udemy, meaning you can be assured that not only will you learn how to create your own games by following along in this course, but you will also learn the right way to create your game code.
Why enrolling in this course is the best decision you can make.
This course will teach you everything you need to know, to create your own games in Unity.
As mentioned above, the course not only teaches you how to create your own games, it also teaches you best practices and the right way to create them.
You are learning from someone who has all the professional training, skills, and experience needed to teach you how to become a proficient games developer in Unity.
Plus, the games created in this course are complete and commercial quality, not half baked, incomplete games you see in many courses. You can even download and play the games created in this course on your iOS or Android devices.
Full source code is included! As well as a complete C# tutorial section is included. Perfect if you have no previous programming experience or need to get up to speed with C#, fast.
If you are ready to get that first paid programming job, or to move up to a more senior programming position, then this course is for you!
After completing this course, you will have the necessary skills to be able to write your own games using Unity and C#
The sooner you sign up for this course, the sooner you will have the skills and knowledge you need to increase your job or consulting opportunities. Unity game developers are in high demand, and you will understand and be able to create your own games in unity after going through this course.
Your new job or consulting opportunity awaits!
Why not get started today?
Click the Signup button to sign up for the course!
- PC or Mac computer
- Some programming experience is helpful but not essential
What you will learn
- Learn how to create your own games
- Understand how to write reusable code that can be reused in other games
- Learn how to create your own tools for game development
- Have learned the C# language
- Understand how to use many useful design patterns
Who should attend
- Anyone wanting to learn how to write computer games using Unity
Is available on google app?
Is available on ios?
- Lectures 137
- Quizzes 0
- Exercises 0
- Duration 27.5 hours
- Skill level Beginner Level
- Students 850
- Last Updated July, 2019
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1 month ago
Very good teaching technics. They help our problems as soon as. Course is so good for beginners for understanding c# coding.
3 months ago
This course was very comprehensive and clear to understand. I enjoyed it and learned a lot. Learning by building the game helped really see how it all works together.
8 months ago
This is one of the best Unity and C# courses I've done on Udemy, and I've done a lot. I initially didn't bother with the C# lectures since I've been programming with C# since 2003, but I decided to go back over the list of lectures after finishing the Game Development sections to see if there were areas of C# I wasn't 100% sure about, since it's continually changing. I found the C# lectures I watched were all excellent. Goran is very good at explaining the more complicated C# topics, and I learnt a lot from them and came away feeling like I'd learnt a lot from them.
11 months ago
Good info Accent takes a little getting used to but not bad
1 year ago
When we started to create the script, I had a bit of trouble setting up the namespace section. The yellow bar on the left side was not appearing for me until I deleted an extra line after "public class Demo : MonoBehavior" created by visual studio 2017.
1 year ago
UPDATE: If you are a beginner and don't try to start straight from the game development section (like I did), you will not have to get confused and/or discouraged because this instructor is best I have seen so far on Udemy.
1 year ago
Özgür Uğur Ayhan
Goran as always. The best
1 year ago
Good informative course, very interesting project.
1 year ago
The course is fine, the accent of the presenter is so thick that some of what he's saying is incomprehensible. My recommendation is that he write the presentation but let someone else do the narration.
1 year ago