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Unity Game Engine

About This Course

This course is for students with an intermediate to advanced level of game development understanding. The software and tools used in this course are used in the industry professionally, by professional game developers. These students have already explored multiple game making packages and developed games in the past. Students will enjoy expanding their existing skills and incorporating and manipulating 3D objects into their interactive worlds.

You'll learn to:

  • Introduction to Unity: Get familiar with the Unity game engine and its interface.
  • Game Development Basics: Learn the foundational concepts of game development, including game mechanics, level design, and user interfaces.
  • Scripting in C#: Develop coding skills using C# scripting language to create interactive gameplay elements and behaviors.
  • 2D and 3D Game Design: Explore both 2D and 3D game design principles and techniques using Unity.
  • Project-based Learning: Engage in hands-on projects where you design, develop, and publish your own games using Unity.

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Fourteen hours of one on one private instruction or one complete course. Weekday or weekend appointments with a live instructor onsite at our facility. Once lessons begin, students meet routinely each week on set days and times for one or more hours per week consecutively until the course hours have been completed. Appointments are subject to availability.

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