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Unity Projects

Unity is arguably the fastest game engine in terms of getting started. All you need is some basic C# knowledge and you can begin to develop games with Unity. Add to this that Unity is completely free for non-commercial and small independent developers. The fact that you can also quickly deploy to almost any platform imaginable (iOS, Android, Windows, Linux and Mac) and you can see why Unity is so popular.

Take a look at these beginner Unity projects. They are written to help you get started from absolutely zero knowledge and gradually increase in complexity up to complete working games. If you are brand new to all forms of programming, be sure to study these beginner C# tutorials alongside these Unity projects.

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Spawning new objects in Unity

In this project we will begin to see the power of C# classes as reusable templates for objects. We will create a simple character sprite and then learn how to detect mouse-clicks to spawn as many duplicates/clones of the object as we like.

First we need to create a new Unity […]

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Adding a controllable player object in Unity 2d

This is the first real project. We won’t just be exploring c# or playing with Unity concepts, we will make a small part of a game. Let’s learn how to put a spaceship into a 2d world and see how we can move it around the screen.

Fire up Unity and […]

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Unity & C# part 2

In this project we will play around with everything we learnt in the methods and loops C# tutorials. In addition we will explore some more Unity and general game coding concepts including the game loop. We will see more Unity methods as well. By the end of this project we […]

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Unity & C# part 1

In this project we will use Unity to practice some C# skills. We won’t be making anything that resembles a game but everything we do will be preparing for a few projects time when we start making controllable characters and eventually build up to a fully playable game.

Start Unity and […]