Learn unity

Updated on January 3, 2019 in [C] Beginner
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10 on December 8, 2018

I want to learn how to create games on unity . All the YouTube videos on game tutorials are outdated and I’m struggling to find a place to begin. I’m not familiar with c# coding so if I could also get some help on that it would be appreciated

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4 on December 9, 2018

Most of the tutorial you call out dated should have all of the native components in it so the video are still very useful. Also if you are willing to pay money, then I recommend a unity c# course that was really helpful to me.

on December 9, 2018

About that course, I’m interested.

How can I find it?

on December 9, 2018

https://www.udemy.com/unitycourse2/

on December 11, 2018

Thanks ! 😀

on December 11, 2018

Thanks I will look in to the course, I realised the videos are helpful it was because that visual studio was lates our different and I gave up without trying but i am slowly learning , thanks

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1 on December 9, 2018

Hi there, i’m in the same situation, but i found an amazing C# Course/Tutorial on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhQdlIFylQ8&t

and to begin with Unity i’d recommend you to watch Brackeys “First game” playlist tutorial.

https://www.youtube.com/watchv=j48LtUkZRjU&list=PLPV2KyIb3jR53Jce9hP7G5xC4O9AgnOL

on January 3, 2019

Good suggestions!

The Brackeys playlist was actually one that I watched as well when I was learning Unity and new NOTHING, but thanks to his playlist (and all of his other tutorials really), I can now make simple games!

So I really recommend Brackey’s “First Game” playlist 🙂

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0 on December 11, 2018

I have watched the first game series and built the game for myself, it helped me understand parts of basic code

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0 on December 13, 2018

Hi,

The starting steps are very tough and quite demotivating at times. If you have no idea where to start, Udemy courses such as the one suggested by Asidic, are pretty good in terms of the whole Unity interface and development using the engine. Also, casual youtube videos help, but finding a full helpful series (of videos) is difficult, and I personally haven’t found any which helped me to a large extent. Also, use the Unity manual and forum, those solve lots of doubts. So, Udemy + YT videos + Unity manual is the way to learn Unity IMO.

However, in terms of coding it’s a whole different story. You have to work on that quite a lot. If you have some coding experience but you’re not a computer science student, the only thing I can personally suggest is to avoid watching too many videos on coding and try out things yourself with the Unity scripting manual open on the side at all times. Why shouldn’t you watch videos too often? You can definitely gain knowledge from them, but you won’t get better at coding, and most importantly: very few people can explain how coding works in a clear manner. Usually, you’ll be left with hundreds of doubts at the end of a scripting video instead of having gained concrete answers. Coding is mainly based on experience and you just have to try things out until you really understand how different functions/methods work etc. .  

Do you have any other coding experience apart from C# (even minor)?

Best of luck!

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0 on December 14, 2018

Does this info still actual?

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