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C# Unity Developer 2D Coding: Learn to Code Video Games

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Game development & design made fun. Learn C# using Unity 4.6 & Unity 5 to create 2D & 3D games for web & mobile in this online unity training course. Lifetime access and no subscription on Udemy.

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12 avis pour C# Unity Developer 2D Coding: Learn to Code Video Games

  1. Arturo Cesareo-Zacarias

    This was my second time attempting this course. I believe it served me well, and aim to continue learning and creating my own games 🙂

  2. Sherif Nosseir

    Overall the course is great, I had a lot of fun working on the projects and building stuff. Not to nitpick, the structure of which components were implemented were sometimes unclear and it would take me some time where I would just leave the course and look at how all the classes are connected and even make adjustments to ensure I have a good understanding of where things are.
    This is of course a beginner course; but even with a few years of software engineering experience, I did find it hard to follow some parts where many components were introduced first then connected later as we do not have the full picture.

    Other than that, a lot of the course content is super useful and I was able to extend my learnings to add a few nice touches to the projects as I worked on them, and feeling like I am beginning to get the hang of things within unity.
    Keep it up everyone, appreciate this great content and keeping the course up-to-date.

  3. Randy Rowley

    Well laid out course and the presenters seem to genuinely care whether you learn or not. I appreciate all the work that obviously went into this course, including the games they walk you through. The only constructive criticism I might give is that the concepts of C# and programming in general could be explained a bit more for those with no coding experience. I loved jumping right into creating games, but maybe a little more theory. That’s just me. This course deserves 5 stars.

  4. George Ramon Check

    I learned so much from this course, one of the best i’ve done on the Udemy Platform. I find that if i took the time to take notes on the lecture and then go into my code and make tweaks after the concepts seemed to stick! I will be doing to 3D dev course next!

  5. Mitch Bowser

    I thought this was a great introduction to programming and making games in Unity. Rick and Gary have different styles of teaching but both help you out in different ways 🙂

    Thanks for the fun experience!

  6. Christoffer Svensson

    A really great course for learning C# in Unity! Sometimes the pace was a little bit high, but the concepts were most often repeated in subsequent lessons, and going over the content a couple of times to cement the lessons were usually enough to get a decent grasp on it. Looking forward to learning more!

  7. David M

    This course was an incredibly valuable experience. The course was extremely well-organized and easy to follow, even for someone with no prior experience in game development. The instructors were incredibly knowledgeable and was always available to answer any questions I had.

    The course covered a wide range of topics, from the basics of Unity’s interface to more advanced concepts like physics and animations. I was particularly impressed by the variety of hands-on exercises and projects that were included in the course. These allowed me to put what I had learned into practice and helped me solidify my understanding of the material.

    The course was very well-structured and it gradually built upon the concepts, which helped me to understand the material and progress smoothly. The assignments and projects that were provided were challenging but doable, which helped me to stay engaged and motivated.

    Overall, I couldn’t be happier with my experience in this Unity 2D beginner course. It’s clear that a lot of thought and care went into its design and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get started in game development. I would give this course a 5 out of 5 stars rating.

  8. John Garcia

    I’m really glad I purchased this course when I did. I learned so much about the basics and fundamentals of game development from this course and although I don’t remember how to do or code all of them on my own (because I easily forget things), I can go back to this course again and again and watch the video that I need. I would like to thank Rick and Gary for delivering an awesome way of teaching. Both are very enthusiastic and fun instructors. Although Gary’s section felt more like a follow through, I still learned a lot from him and very grateful. I will continue my game dev journey with the 3D Game Development Course!

  9. Erick Moros Letondeur

    I have been enjoying a LOT the course. I am a Pixel artist and want to start making my own games, and I have zero programming exp. This course have walked me step by step on how to use Unity and learning C# in a fun and dynamic way.

    Rick is a terrific teacher, hands down the best person teaching C# and Unity on the internet. Cannot say the same about Gary. He is a very knowledgeable person but lacks the teaching skills that Rick has.

    PROS of the course: Teaching very well and slowly. Covering lots of aspects of Unity + C#. It is FUN. I feel like I am retaining the info. The challenges are perfect to test learning. You LITERALLY make games as you go.

    CONS of the course: It would be great to go a little deeper in the first lectures regarding the understanding of Unity. It is done well, but there is room for improvement. Gary’s approach to teaching is not comparable to Rick’s. Gary tends to go over the topics like if the student has previous knowledge. He would explain some already known things but when it’s a new concept he almost rushes and provides no explanation of what he is doing nor why he is doing it.

    Suggestion: Keep Rick as the main teacher for the course. I understand that this could be a challenging thing to do, however he would make this course probably the best one on the web about learning C# + Unity.

    Make a little test after each “game” created. Like, ‘make a game with the things taught on this lesson and make sure to include these aspects.’ It’d feel great to be encouraged to make a game of my own with what I was given. Of course this shouldn’t require encouragement but I feel like this could make the course feel exactly like a college course + students would leave the course with games of their own.

    I’ve done a couple of Udemy courses and this one is BY FAR the best one in terms of content, teaching, and amazing professors (I’d love to have Rick as a professor in college).

    9/10 hands down.

  10. Simon Stubbs

    The projects are really well-designed, in that they provide you with the knowledge of how unity works and its various features, and are very well communicated by both instructors.

    Two miner quibbles. Firstly, they went a bit too fast in places. I was having to pause and rewind a lot. Secondly, I would have liked there to have been more theory. I felt in some places that I wasn’t getting a good enough sense of why we were doing something the way we were doing it. For example, why we were putting a line in the Awake() method as opposed to just the Start() method. Indeed, I still don’t feel that I know what the difference is between the two.

    But all in all an excellent course!

  11. Ulises Taveras

    I started this course I believe back in 2018 or 2019 and stopped because of life (got married, had a kid, changed job positions, graduated from university, believe me, A LOT). Then finally had the time to continue by the end of 2022 and, oh boy the surprise I got when I saw that the course was updated.

    I started it over again as a refresher and to see what had changed in the course. Loved everything from start to finish and love what I learned here, truly a really awesome and quality base to start off game dev learning.

    With all I learned here I can start my mini-projects which will let me learn and expand my knowledge before hitting up advanced courses, but from here I feel like there’s so much to practice before going into the next level, not because it was so little content, but the contrary, there’s a lot of ground that was not covered, but the tools to explore those grounds were definitely provided! I feel confident enough to practice on my own and if I ever need references, they also teach you how to look for those, plus, I own the course, I just need to go back into those lectures.

    Very amazing course, and also an amazing way of introducing anyone into game dev as they also promote forum discussion, so you also get into the game dev community as well, it is just perfect.

    Thank you so much

  12. Eka Priadin

    my first time using unity and C#, this course suit to me. in some part i strugle to understand, maybe because its my first time learning C#. but in general this course is AMAZING

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