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Unity: Learn Android Game Development by recreating games

A guide on how to make the following games in Unity: Color Switch, aa, Flappy Bird, Dino T-Rex
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 7h 52m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

Android game development is a growing trend in the world. We are all currently living in the era of applications and games. Whether you want to learn and practice C# skills, or you want to be creative and create your own game, this course will teach you everything you need to know.
There is no better way to learn how to make your own original game than by re-creating popular Android games.

•Use different types of Colliders, Triggers, Rigidbodies,
•Create endless games
•Create menus and buttons
•Randomly spawn objects
•Use particles
•Animate objects
•Add sound effects
•Add and save high-score
•Run the game on your Android device
and many more interesting lessons are waiting for you in this course.
Re-create Color Switch, aa, Flappy Bird, and Dino T-Rex ! We will provide you all needed sprites, fonts, icons, and sounds.
Recreating all four games will put powerful knowledge in your hands. You can also add your touch to every game and upload it to Play Store. 
If you have an idea that could be the next famous, addictive game, then this course will help you realize your idea into an actual game. All this will be done using Unity, the ultimate game platform suitable for beginners and professionals, and C#, simple and powerful object-oriented programming language. The four games that we will re-create will be compatible with the most popular Android versions (From Jelly Bean, all the way up to Android Oreo).
Through the course of 64 lectures, in total of seven and a half hours, you will learn how to create projects and import given sprites. What is important for beginners is to learn about RigidBodies, Colliders, and Triggers, how to add them onto object and use them in C# scripts. Next thing that we will explain thoroughly is how to control objects (move, run, fly, stop, jump..) using scripts.
Next step in learning is to learn how to animate objects and add particles for making the game more dynamic and sound clips for sound effects. 
Every game developer needs to know how to add a score, game over text, and menu. This course explains you how to do it in a few different ways.
There is no game without some obstacles, therefore, we explained few different methods for spawning obstacles.
Everything you need to do is to install Unity and be focused on learning from our course!

You will learn

✓ Re-create popular 2D Android games in Unity
✓ Create at least one original game by yourself
✓ Apply everything about Colliders and Triggers in Unity
✓ Understand Prefabs and how to clone/spawn objects
✓ Make auto-generated infinite levels
✓ Create a menu (such as Main Menu, Level Selection Menu, etc.)
✓ Use everything about PlayerPrefs and storing data permanently in the game
✓ Use Particles and understand how to create some special effects
✓ Add sound effects to games
✓ Animate game objects

Requirements

• Have Unity installed on your computer
• Know the basics of navigating Unity
• Know the basics of C# (other programing languages might be useful if you don’t know C#)
• Download the necessary files (Sprites, sounds, fonts, etc.) (A link will be provided at the beginning of the course)

This course is for

• Anyone who wants to become an Android game developer
• Anyone who is interested in coding and Unity
• People who are trying to learn and/or practice C# on real projects
Software Engineer
Experienced Software Engineer, and hardware enthusiast. Currently specialized in developing user and admin-facing Frontend experiences for various international companies.
I have 4 years of professional experience as a Frontend Software Engineer working exclusively with React and React Native (and other associated frameworks, such as Next.js, Gatsby, etc.). Previously to my newfound love for web and mobile applications development, I have been interested in other kinds of computer software, including management systems, game development, and so on. I also know a thing or two about Backend technologies, when talking about databases, architecture, etc. It’s worth mentioning that Node.js is something that I’m taking more and more interest in every day.After teaching online for 5 years on Udemy, I have developed a process to ensure my students are getting the best possible value for their money. This includes a professionally recorded and edited audio/video, engaging animations and illustrations, and most importantly clear explanations.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 7h 52m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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