- Intro - Setting up the first person controller
- Source Code Files
- Additional Resources
- Supplementary Resources
- Quick design
- Holding the ball
- Throwing the ball
- New round
- Trail particle effect
- Score effect
- Challenge time!
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Interested in learning Unity game development? This course will teach you how to create a simple basketball shooting game. The main goal of this training is to give you an overview of game development with Unity by introducing some of it’s main components.
You will get a first exposure to working with game objects, transforms, materials and physics. We will be doing some coding as well! No prior experience with C# or Unity is required, although some exposure to programming in general is strongly recommended.
Some of the learning goals of this course include:
- Working with game objects and transforms, both from the Unity Editor and from scripts.
- Physics and collision
- First person controller
- Particle effects
- Scripting a basic game using the Unity API
- Putting it all together in a fun project!
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Pablo Farias Navarro
Certified Game Developer and Founder of ZENVA
Certified game developer and Founder of ZENVA - the world's leading platform to learn game making, VR, machine learning and full-stack programming. Since 2012, Pablo has been developing professional-grade courses that have helped over 1 million people gain valuable skills.
Pablo is a member of the Intel Innovator Program in the Asia Pacific Region, and has run live programming workshops in San Francisco, Brisbane and Bangalore.
Pablo holds a Master in Information Technology (Management) degree from the University of Queensland (Australia) and a Master of Science in Engineering degree from the Catholic University of Chile.
good tutorial for a beginner like myself. everything was explained nicely and not to fast, not to slow. definitely recommend.