Unity 3D Game Development by Example. This is beginers guide of unity 3D game development book that covers : Chapter 1, That’s One Fancy Hammer!, introduces you to Unity 3D—an amazing game engine that enables you to create games and deploy them to a number of different devices, including (at the time of writing) the Web, PCs, iOS platforms, and WiiWare, with modules for Android and Xbox Live Arcade deployment in the works. You’ll play a number of browser-based Unity 3D games to get a sense of what the engine can handle, from a massively-multi player online game all the way down to a simple kart racer. You’ll download and install your own copy of Unity 3D, and mess around with the beautiful Island Demo that ships with the product.
Chapter 2, Let’s Start with the Sky, explores the difference between a game’s skin and its mechanic. Using examples from video game history, including Worms, Mario Tennis, and Scorched Earth, we’ll uncover the small, singular piece of joy upon which more complicated and impressive games are based. By concentrating on the building blocks of video games, we’ll learn how to distil an unwieldy behemoth of a game concept down to a manageable starter project.
Chapter 3, Game #1: Ticker Taker, puts you in the pilot seat of your first Unity 3D game project. We’ll explore the Unity environment and learn how to create and place primitives, add Components like physic materials and rigidbodies, and make a ball bounce on a paddle using Unity’s built-in physics engine without ever breaking a sweat.
Chapter 4, Code Comfort, continues the keep-up game project by gently introducing scripting. Just by writing a few simple, thoroughly-explained lines of code, you can make…..
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