With This $30 Unity Coding Training, Gaming To Learn Isn't Just For Kids

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Jack Dunhill 02 Apr 2021, 17:05

As it turns out, playtime isn’t just for kids. Experts say that adults should engage in playtime too, for reasons like keeping the mind sharp and, well, being happier! We could all use a little leisure time these days, indulging in activities that are fun and actually engage our increasingly-short attention spans. Bonus points if your activity of choice can make you money later. 

The 2021 Complete Learn to Code by Making Games in Unity Bundle is perfect for players to learn a lucrative skillset. In eight courses, you’ll play to learn the ins and outs of this popular cross-platform game engine. Whether you’re a newbie or have some experience coding, you’ll learn (or reinforce) the fundamentals and reach advanced levels, creating your own professional-style games.

If you’re intimidated by coding, you can start slow. One community-approved class (it was funded on Kickstarter) makes game building easier without code, instead teaching you how to build in Construct 3. Another course (rated 4.5 out of 5 stars) covers everything you need to know about making battle royale games. You'll learn to build your own game in this profitable genre with Unity and Blender, and design both the code and the game art all yourself. 

Once you’ve got the basics down, you can start getting more creative with your craft. For example, one course lets you in on the secrets to smoother gameplay with Unity AI and C#. You'll hone your craft and bring game elements to life like a pro as you create a cool spaceship game. As you'll see, it's all in the details; another Kickstarter-funded course focuses on building a game from scratch in Unity with pixel art in two important programs: MagicaVoxel and Adobe Photoshop.

An agile mind and a potentially-paying hobby? Don’t miss this deal. Right now, you can get The 2021 Complete Learn to Code by Making Games in Unity Bundle for $39.99 — that's just $5 for each course.

Prices subject to change.

 
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