You’ve probably noticed the popularity of Flappy Birds - it would have been hard not to! The game has been around for quite some time now, and it has become an undeniable statement of just how popular simple, low-budget games can truly be. A lot of factors added up to its popularity, with one of the main ones being the seeming endlessness of the game. These types of games manage to hook players in like there’s no tomorrow. If you want to create this type of a game yourself, you have come to the right place - in this Unity 2D tutorial, you will learn how to make your own game from scratch!
Why Learn How to Make Your Own Game?
There can be many different reasons for why it’s worth learning how to make your own game. First of all, it’s a great career opportunity. If you’re trying to find a job as a game developer (or anything similar), your employers will look much more favorably upon you if they find out that you’ve finished a course on how to use Unity. This will boost your chances of getting the job, and even climbing the ranks of game developers in general. Learning to make a game involves figuring out and practicing a lot of different skills - all of which can be really handy in various career-based scenarios.
If, by chance, you’re not interested in working with a team - that's alright! After you finish the Unity 2D tutorials and learn how to make your own game, a lot of new and fresh opportunities will come up for you. You’ll be able to work on solo projects, collab with other developers, find new exposure - the possibilities are endless! People who know how to use Unity for its various tasks are always needed and regarded favorably.
What You’ll Learn
In this Unity 2D tutorial, you will learn how to make an “endless flyer” game - the concept is basically the same as with Flappy Birds. Our two professional instructors - Kevin and Glauco - will help you figure out how to make a game with Unity and Photoshop. Once you’ve got all of the essentials down and figured out, you’ll be able to create a game based on the same mechanics, yet with your own, personal and unique idea. There’s a huge variety of options when creating endless flyer-type games - all of them for you to choose from!
You’ll find that it has never been easier to learn how to make your own game than with the help of this course. The information is segmented and presented in a structured and clearly-defined manner to avoid possible confusion and loss of interest. Furthermore, you’ll learn only the most essential information - how to make your own game with Unity, how to then add artwork by using Photoshop and so on. Not a second will be wasted on irrelevant, unhelpful material. So, if you’re ready to begin your career as a game developer and take your skills to the next level, we’ll see you in the course!
Mammoth Interactive gives you the necessary tools to bring your ideas to life. It’s been founded and is lead by John Bura, a well-known instructor with over 20 years of programming and 15 years of teaching experience.
Mammoth Interactive has produced games that conquered the top positions in the App store. Their games for iPhone, iPad, XBOX 360 and more have been highly valued. Also, the company has been contracted for the production of soundtracks, addicting levels, programming, and business development.
Back in 2011, Mammoth Interactive’s CEO John Bura has entered the software education market sharing his expert knowledge. He’s a master of bringing his unique perspective backed by years of experience in teaching and running a software company, as well as real-world coding. He’s gathered a team of competent experts each in their subfields who are sharing the best of their knowledge.
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