Where to learn c# specially for unity3d?

Updated on April 28, 2017 in [A] Tutorials
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11 on April 25, 2017

Hi Guys,i’m looking for any tutorials videos where i can learn c# for unity3d.Please let me know if anyone know of one!

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1 on April 25, 2017

Well, any C# tutorial will do. After those, watch Unity tutorials.
Then you’ll get the hang of it. C# is pretty much the same as ‘normal’ C#.

on April 26, 2017

Is these tutorials good?
https://www.youtube.com/watchv=SXmVym6L8dw&index=1&list=PLAC325451207E3105

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2 on April 26, 2017

here are a few  great ones:

brackeys

gamad

Geoxion

Guru
on April 26, 2017

What!?
Why am I in here? XD
I’ve got, count them, one tutorial ūüėČ

Helpful
on April 26, 2017

others include:

Sebastian Lague  (there are some interesting ones here)

quill18creates

p.s ¬† ¬† sorry about this being split in two i couldn’t edit the first one and i hope this helps

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3 on April 26, 2017

Do i have to master c# to make epic games on unity3d like H1z1,minecraft,ark or do i only have to learn basic c#?
And also do i learn c# and unity3d at same time or r first learn c# and then unity3d?

Master
on April 26, 2017

1. Nobody “masters” a programming language it’s near impossible.
2. Neither of the games you stated have been made in Unity
3. You need to have more then just basic knowledge for the type of games you stated.
4. It’s doable at the same time but probably smarter to start with C#.

on April 26, 2017

can you try provide me link where should i learn c# with how to make programs

Master
on April 26, 2017
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1 on April 27, 2017

Some game parts like online or cutscenes use different coding styles like c++ or javascript so to make big titles and develop them, you need to learn different languages but c# is the easiest (in my opinion).

Master
on April 28, 2017

This is not true. Do NOT mix programming languages.
In Unity use either C# or Javascript.
In Unity you can do pretty much everything in either of those languages, no C++ necessary for online or cutscenes. If you want to use C++ go to the Unreal Engine.

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