Game Development with Unity3d

Learn Unity 3D Game Design & Development. Learn C# using Unity Engine. Create 2D and 3D Games for Web, Mobile, PC & Mac

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Why Learn Game Development with Unity?

The gaming industry is a $100 billion industry worldwide. By 2021, that number is expected to near $120 billion. With Unity being the most widely used engine to develop games across multiple platforms, there has never been a better time to get into the field. As you will learn, the types of games you can create with Unity and C# are limitless. Game development makes a great hobby, allowing you to learn a new skill and play your game with family and friends. It is also an exciting and rewarding career, where plenty of successful developers, including myself, have learned the fundamentals of game development through courses like this, and not in the traditional classroom setting. Every great game starts somewhere, so why not make it yours? While people often find coding or making games intimidating, this Unity course utilizes a unique teaching method which will allow you to gain a thorough understanding of concepts while you develop your own games. Thanks to the Unity community, you’ll be able to connect with other developers, work together on new projects, and make some incredible games!

The course is about creating games using unity game engine. You’ll start learning how to create 3D games using unity game engine.

In this Unity course, you will:

  • Master Basics Concepts of C#  .
  • Learning basic Functionality of unity.
  • Detect collisions, receive user input, and create player movements
  • Implement sound effects, background music, and particle effects
  • Learn about Assets and Navigate the Unity Engine and discover unique features such as the Asset Store
  • Learn and create 3 Interactive Games and also learn to create a clone of Brawl stars.

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Magic Milk Experiment

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Dry Ice Experiment

Dry Ice is a fun and cold experiment. There’s many things you can create, so what can you make with dry ice?
Dry ice is a cool and a fun outdoor experiment. Have you ever worked with it? The big caution is that you don’t want to touch it less it burns your skin. Got that? So it has to be handled with tongs and/or insulated gloves.

DIY Lava Lamp Experiment

With this project, you can make your own (temporary) DIY lava lamp with household materials! It’s easy and safe, and it looks very cool.
This lava lamp experiment is super cool! Your kids will love exploring colored water and oil, but a surprise ingredient will make this science activity even more exciting! It’s always a hit with the kids. So grab a few household supplies and give this lava lamp science activity a try!