Join Jesse Freeman for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Unity 5: 2D Building an Adventure Game.
- [Instructor] I hope you enjoyed this course…as much as I did making it.…If you're looking to continue on with our adventure game,…please check out my Unity 5 2D: Level Design course.…In that course, we'll take everything we learned here…and start building out more complicated levels,…as well as add in more obstacles for the player to avoid.…Once you've completed that…and are looking for your next challenge,…why not build an RPG in Unity?…To get started, you can try out…my Unity 5 2D: Random Map Generation course,…which will walk you through everything you need to know…about building top-down 2D maps.…
Next, my Unity 5 2D: Movement in an RPG Game…will take the foundation of the Random Map Gen course…and add a player, as well as other effects,…such as Fog of War.…Finally, you can tie it all together…with Unity 5 2D: Combat in an RPG…by adding combat and monsters into the game you've built.…Thanks for watching and see ya next time.…
- Optimizing sprites and draw cells
- Cutting up sprite sheets
- Building animations
- Changing animations
- Creating a player
- Moving the player
- Building a level with a simple map
- Creating interactive objects
- Creating alien enemies
- Switching between scenes
Skill Level Intermediate
Build a Real-Time Strategy Game with Unity 5with Dan Violet Sagmiller3h 47m Intermediate
Careers in the Game Industrywith Christian Bradley1h 19m Beginner
1. Working with Sprites
2. Working with Animations
3. Creating a Player
4. Moving the Player
5. Building a Level
6. Interactive Objects
7. Alien and AI
8. Managing Scenes
Next steps1m 9s
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