Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game

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Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game:


Unity 3D is a game engine used to create multi-platform 3D and 2D games for desktops, consoles, mobile devices and websites. Combining high end technology and tools with intuitive and customisable settings, it runs on almost every platform you can think of and is constantly developed and improved by its community of developers. As well as creating games, it also provides features such as ads, analytics, cloud building and multiplayer networking.

In the ever changing world of game development, there are hundreds of game engines, and newer versions of each one being released on a regular basis. Unity 3D is not only one of the most versatile engines among them, but also one of the most widely used game engines out there. By learning to create a Unity 3D game, you will be able to apply your skills and knowledge to a whole host of other programs too. This Unity 3D – Create Your First 3D Game course will take you through the process of building a multi-level Unity 3D game from scratch, complete with a hero protagonist who overcomes various obstacles to move up through the levels. By increasing the complexity of the puzzles and elements of each level, your game will not only become more fun as it progresses, but you will learn more about game development as well by challenging yourself and learning to engage your audience. You will not only master the basics, but the finer details too, including sound effects, testing for bugs, menu scripting, and modeling and texturing through this course.

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Learning outcomes

Create multi-level, fun games for multiple platforms
Create a multi-level sci-fi puzzle game from scratch
Learn the fundamentals of Unity 3D game development and C# programming
Master professional game design practices
Compile a game for any device or platform

Additional entry requirements

Learners must be age 16 or over Should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT Some experience of Unity 3D and game development will be helpful, although not necessary

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Training for employers

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Course info


Non-accredited external qualification


UK qualification

This course is offered to anyone in the world, but its qualification is only relevant in this country.

Study Hours:

Variable - to suit the learner


Beginner IntermediateAdvanced

Virtual help:

No attendance for this course

Course type:

Online course

Total time for completion:

No time limit

per course

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