In this course you will learn how to develop 3d mobile games using unity game engine. In this course you will learn and develop 3d car racing game using unity 3d game engine for mobile phones.
Racing games are a video game genre in which the player participates in a racing competition. They may be based on anything from real-world racing leagues to fantastical settings. They are distributed along a spectrum between more realistic racing simulations and more fantastical arcade-style racing games.
Unity is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies, first announced and released in June 2005 at Apple Inc.’s Worldwide Developers Conference as a Mac OS X-exclusive game engine. The first use case is that Unity makes iOS, Android app development quicker and easier in many situations. For example, Unity lets you use C# rather than Java or Kotlin. While C# isn’t to everyone’s tastes, it is generally considered a little simpler to get to grips with versus Java. You can simultaneously and effortlessly build for iOS and Android (and other platforms) in the cloud. And since Cloud Build is integrated with Collaborate, it works seamlessly for your entire team. Unity is a multi-platform environment and works great for creating cross-platform AR/VR applications, mobile games, console games, due to the possibility to create 3D graphics with a relatively small amount of work in a very easy way without extensive programming knowledge needed.