Unity 3D Make A Complete Racing Game

How to Build a full car racing game

Learn Unity Game engine and C# by making a complete racing game. What can be more fun way of learning programming by making your own racing game? In this course we will start from scratch and at the end we will have a complete racing game developed. We will develop AI which will compete with players. You will learn how to make a virtual currency system in your game to buy and unlock cars. You will also learn how to implement unity ads in your game. We will implement reward ads which player will be able to watch to earn in game virtual currency. That is not all, there is lot more to learn in this course.

What you’ll learn

  • Students will Learn Unity Game engine and C# by making a complete racing game..

Course Content

  • Game Basic setup –> 7 lectures • 51min.
  • Developing Racing Elements –> 12 lectures • 2hr 15min.
  • Main Menu and Options Scene –> 7 lectures • 1hr 22min.
  • Virtual Currency to Buy Cars –> 6 lectures • 1hr 19min.
  • Gaming Tracks and Laps –> 3 lectures • 34min.

Unity 3D Make A Complete Racing Game

Requirements

  • 3D Game Development.

Learn Unity Game engine and C# by making a complete racing game. What can be more fun way of learning programming by making your own racing game? In this course we will start from scratch and at the end we will have a complete racing game developed. We will develop AI which will compete with players. You will learn how to make a virtual currency system in your game to buy and unlock cars. You will also learn how to implement unity ads in your game. We will implement reward ads which player will be able to watch to earn in game virtual currency. That is not all, there is lot more to learn in this course.

 

8 Gamedev & Unity Essential Beginner Tips!

 

1. Don’t reinvent the wheel, use the built-in engine tools

 

When working on any engine, as Unity or Unreal Engine, some developers, mainly coming from a computer science field, can have a tendency to head down and start working on huge algorithms or structures without knowing if they already exist in the engine.

 

2. Google is your friend, documentation too

 

Once you start your game production up, you will encounter problems and lack experience in many things. When you do, your first reflex should be to look into the documentation.

 

3. Share your experience with others

 

Another great source of help and inspiration is of course other creatives, from your surroundings or on the internet. Indeed, game development as many other activities can take so many forms and projects that you’ll always have something to learn.

 

4. Do Game Jams

 

Game jams’ process isn’t classic game development but that’s all its force. Indeed, as it takes place during a really short and fixed period of time, you must prototype, think and decide quickly.

 

5. Constantly re-evaluate your work

 

Always remember to re-evaluate and criticize what your have created! With a fresh eye you can analyse your previous work, observe its forces and flaws, and improve it based on your new knowledge.

 

6. Be organized and rigorous

 

Some people have an organized nature, and others not, but you must be rigorous and organized, otherwise you (or your team) may encounter trouble down the road.

 

7. Use versioning tools

 

Once you’ve settled down on your hierarchy and you’re ready to work, you should use a versioning tool to easily merge everyone’s work.

 

8. Plugins can save your life

 

Last but not least, use plugins! Especially when working on Unity, search in the Asset Store what plugins may be useful or even save your life!

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