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Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game + Unity 3D - Introduction to Game Development

2 courses bundle | CPD & iAP Accredited | Free E-Certificates| Access For 365 Days


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Price
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£49 inc VAT (was £199)
Offer ends 27 October 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
4 hours
Access to content
365 days
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
5 CPD hours / points

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Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game

Unity 3D is a game engine used to create multi-platform 3D and 2D games for desktops, consoles, mobile devices and websites. Combining high end technology and tools with intuitive and customisable settings, it runs on almost every platform you can think of and is constantly developed and improved by its community of developers. As well as creating games, it also provides features such as ads, analytics, cloud building and multiplayer networking.

In the ever changing world of game development, there are hundreds of game engines, and newer versions of each one being released on a regular basis. Unity 3D is not only one of the most versatile engines among them, but also one of the most widely used game engines out there. By learning to create a Unity 3D game, you will be able to apply your skills and knowledge to a whole host of other programs too. This Unity 3D – Create Your First 3D Game course will take you through the process of building a multi-level Unity 3D game from scratch, complete with a hero protagonist who overcomes various obstacles to move up through the levels. By increasing the complexity of the puzzles and elements of each level, your game will not only become more fun as it progresses, but you will learn more about game development as well by challenging yourself and learning to engage your audience. You will not only master the basics, but the finer details too, including sound effects, testing for bugs, menu scripting, and modeling and texturing through this course.

Unity 3D - Introduction to Game Development

Unity 3D is a game engine used to create multi-platform 3D and 2D games for desktops, consoles, mobile devices and websites. Combining high end technology and tools with intuitive and customisable settings, it runs on almost every platform you can think of and is constantly developed and improved by its community of developers. As well as creating games, it also provides features such as ads, analytics, cloud building and multiplayer networking.

Unity 3D is considered as one of the most powerful game engines in the world. It has very convenient features such as versatility and ease to use, and hence, enables developers to seamlessly create games using them. Getting to grips with Unity 3D not only helps you embark on a successful game development career, but also helps keep you up-to date with the trending world. With this Unity 3D – Introduction to Game Development course, you will gain an understanding on how Unity works and serves its purpose in game development. Start off with an introduction as to what Unity 3D is and why you should use it. Then dive into concepts such as manipulating objects, scripting, and compiling. By the time you’ve completed this course, you will have a solid grip on the founding concepts of 3D game development.

CPD

5 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service

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Learning outcomes - Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game

  • Create multi-level, fun games for multiple platforms
  • Create a multi-level sci-fi puzzle game from scratch
  • Learn the fundamentals of Unity 3D game development and C# programming
  • Master professional game design practices
  • Compile a game for any device or platform

Learning outcomes - Unity 3D - Introduction to Game Development

  • Gain a basic understanding of game development using Unity 3D.
  • Learn how Unity works and serves its purpose in game development.
  • Gain insight into concepts such as manipulating objects, scripting, and compiling

Course Curriculum - Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game

1: Introduction To The Course

2: Setting Up In Unity 3d

3: Level 1 Design

4: Scripting Your Level

5: Designing Levels 2 And 3

6: Menu Scripting

7: Finalizing Your Game

Course Curriculum - Unity 3D - Introduction to Game Development

1: Introduction To Unity 3d

2: Unity’s Structure

3: Manipulating Objects

4: Understanding The User Interface

5: Our First Script

6: Finishing Our Script

7: Compiling Games

Access duration

The course bundle will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course. This course bundle is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at any time.

Method of assessment

At the end of each course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for all assessments and certifications when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.

Certification and awarding body

Those who successfully complete the course bundle will be awarded the Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game certificate and Unity 3D - Introduction to Game Development certificate separately by CPD & iAP. The qualification will make you valuable to employers, and your motivation at gaining new skills will be recognised.

Who is this course for?

  • Students
  • Job seekers
  • Game development professionals
  • Anyone willing to learn how to create a 3D game using Unity 3D

Requirements

  • Learners must be age 16 or over
  • Should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT
  • Some experience of Unity 3D and game development will be helpful, although not necessary

Career path

  • Video game producer – £25,000 per annum
  • Video game artist – £20,757 per annum
  • Video game designer – £27,399 per annum

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Tom asked:

Hey so with time could the accreditations and knowledge for this course make me an employable game designer?

Answer:

Dear Tom Thank you very much for your query. Career path as follows. Video game producer – £25,000 per annum Video game artist – £20,757 per annum Video game designer – £27,399 per annum Regards, Student Support Team.

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Lynnette asked:

Hi, what is the completion time frame with this course? What happens if I was to fail the course? Could it be retaken? Kind regards Lynnette

Answer:

Dear Lynette, Thank you for your query. The Unity 3D - Create Your First 3D Game + Unity 3D - Introduction to Game Development course provided one year of unlimited course access that allows you to study the course with your own pace. The assessments can be resubmitted if you have failed in the first attempt. Regards, Student Support Team.

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