So, you've been a fan of RPG video games for a while now and would like to start developing one of your own? However, trying to figure out how to make a video game alone can be intimidating. And that's why this tutorial was created. This course will teach you how to create your own game from scratch!
In this tutorial, you'll create a 3D "Legend of Zelda" like RPG using Unity and Blender. You don't need to be an expert in either of those programs to succeed in this course. This tutorial will go through game programming, designing and 3D modeling slowly and steadily. The tutor will not only show you how Unity game development works but will also explain why some steps are necessary and others not. After finishing this tutorial, you'll feel more confident when developing your original game.
First, you will learn about Unity game development. You will design the functionality, the code, and the mechanics of your game in Unity. You will use basic C# while building levels and fundamental physics. Don't worry if you have never coded before, this tutorial will break it down into bite-sized chunks to make it easy to learn and digest. You'll master all the essential coding basics needed to understand how to make a video game.
After that, the modeling process begins. Using Blender, you'll learn the fundamentals of 3D modeling. The tutorial will teach you how to design all the necessary art assets that you need to create your own game. You'll build the whole game world around your code. After finishing this part, you'll possess an entirely designed dungeon, temple, characters, weapons, and cannons. Then the tutor will explain how to import your newly created art from Blender to Unity.
If you strive to be like Jonathan Blow creator of "Braid" or Markus "Notch" Persson creator of "Minecraft" and develop video games on your own, this is undoubtedly an excellent tutorial for you. This course shows you how to make a video game from A to Z. Even if you would prefer to focus on one aspect of game development like programming or art creation in the future, knowing how every mechanism of the game works is beneficial. By improving your skills in different fields, you increase your chances of getting hired!
If you're an artist at heart, it might seem dull to learn game programming at first. And it probably would be if you tried to do it by reading multiple books or doing useless manual tasks just for practicing. However, if you can see the results of your work, it's instantly far more rewarding. After all, isn't it cool to see your art come to life? And if you're a programmer and have had nothing to do with art in your life, don't dismiss it just yet. Learning how to make basic art models isn't that difficult. And if you can understand at least the basics of artists' work process, any designer will be much happier working with you.
This tutorial teaches you how to make a video game using two free and highly popular programs Unity and Blender. These are both brilliant software tools for a newbie to start with. Neither one of them is very difficult to learn since they have user-friendly interfaces and many tutorials online. Also, both Unity and Blender have large active communities which comes in handy if you run into a problem and need some help with it. Furthermore, Unity and Blender have enough nifty features that let you create almost any project form a small one to a complex AAA game. Therefore, learning how to utilize Unity and Blender to their full potential can easily kickstart your career in game development.
"It's dangerous to go alone! Take this." - said an old man to Link and gave him his first sword. The mighty hero Link needed some help at the beginning of his adventure and maybe you could use some guidance too. So, take this course and start your journey as a game developer.
At the end of this tutorial, you'll know how to make a video game using Unity and Blender. You'll also acquire new employable practical skills, and a have a massively impressive 3D RPG game in your portfolio. Enroll and Start Now!
Course consist of total 28hr 42min of content