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Game Dev. Got The Ideas? For $25, You Can Get The Skills

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You play all the latest video games and you know the stories inside out. If you are the type, you’ve probably been dreaming up your own game that will improve on gameplay, player interaction, and solve AI issues you've encountered in your own gaming. Problem is…you don’t have the training. Here’s the good news. Sure, to be a doctor, you need to spend years at school and for good reason, but to be a top game designer you can get educated for far more affordable rates.  

The Ultimate Unity Game Development Bundle is on sale for just $25 (reg. $800). It offers 4 courses and 613 lessons on all the things you need to know to take the industry by storm. Start with learning C# by developing 2D and 3D games with the Ultimate Guide to Game Development with Unity. Then move on to mastering C# with Unity to discover game programming patterns, complete a stealth adventure game in Unity with the Ultimate Guide to Cinematography with Unity, explore 2D TileMap features of Unity to create games that make a profit and more. 

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Creating video games is about passion, creativity, and knowing how to do it. If you have the two former, you definitely need the later to get your ideas in the marketplace and start earning yourself some well-deserved cash. Especially in such a competitive and sometimes high-paying field. 

If you’ve been looking for a lucrative career that incorporates your passion for gaming—game development is it. Join the 8,259 already enrolled students who use this bundle, and become the game developer you know you can be. With an average 4.5/5 star rating, this bundle is accountable and affordable. 

Get The Ultimate Unity Game Development Bundle for $25 (reg. $800), a discount of 96 percent. 

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