Udemy – The Ultimate Guide to 2D Mobile Game Development with Unity
Master intermediate C# concepts, including the Singleton Design Pattern, Abstract Classes, and Interfaces
Develop a complete 2D game from scratch using C# and Unity
Discover 2D animation workflows
Create modular systems
How to monetize your mobile game with Unity Ads
How to publish your mobile game
Curriculum For This Course
Students should have an understanding of fundamental C# concepts, like variables, “if” statements, methods, and script communication.
Students should come ready to complete hands-on activities in this interactive, project-based course
Students should be comfortable with the Unity Environment
Fundamental C# videos are included with this course for those who need a refresher. Completion of The Ultimate Guide to Game Development with Unity is recommended, as this will give you familiarity with the Unity workflow.
Search for Dungeon Escape on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store (Dungeon Escape DL) by Defiant Lobster Games to checkout what you can make!
Do you want to create the next big Android mobile game, but aren’t sure where to start? Are you curious about ad integration with mobile games? If so, look no further! The Ultimate Guide to 2D Mobile Game Development with Unity teaches you how to create profitable and engaging mobile apps. You’ll create a dungeon escape adventure game using 2D animations, while fine-tuning your C# programming skills with intermediate concepts like class inheritance, abstract classes, and interfaces! You’ll utilize the Singleton design manager to create powerful manager classes that help delegate actions in your game. You will learn how to monetize your game by integrating Unity Ads, and you’ll set up a system to reward the player for choosing to watch an ad! Finally, you will learn how to publish your app to the Google Play Store! By the end of this course, you will have experience with the complete mobile and software development life cycle, from game development, to testing, and publishing! You will have a fully finished, downloadable game to show off to your friends and family, or to add to your portfolio if you are pursuing mobile development professionally!
In this course, you will:
Create a 2D Dungeon Adventure Game
Explore the new 2D TileMap Features
Implement Unity Ads
Synthesize Animation State Behaviors
Develop 2D Animation Hitboxes
Publish to the Google Play Store
This course explores the 2D features of Unity through creation of a dungeon escape game with Unity ad implementation to generate revenue, and by publishing the game to the Google Play Store. The course begins with an introduction to TileMap, which gives developers the ability to paint different worlds! Students will then begin setting up the player for combat and developing attack systems found within popular hack & slash type games. Students will also develop a shop system that grants players the ability to purchase items. If the player can’t afford an item, they can choose to watch a Unity Ad in exchange for 100 gems! This way, players are rewarded for watching ads, helping make the game profitable. Throughout this course, students will explore intermediate to advanced topics in C#, including class inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes, and interfaces, which help build modular systems within games and applications. This course has over 50 challenge activities, where students will create their own unique code base and improve problem solving skills.
Why Learn Mobile Game Development with Unity?
The global gaming industry is experiencing unprecedented growth, with the mobile platform now taking the lead. NewZoo estimates that mobile games will generate over $70 billion in revenue, accounting for 51% of gaming revenue across all platforms. Mobile is the fastest growing platform, with over 10 years of double digit growth. Unity Technologies is helping foster this growth, by providing a free and user friendly environment to create elegant games in. According to Unity Technologies, in 2016, 34% of the top 1000 free mobile games were created in Unity – more than any other non-proprietary engine. Compared to other engines, Unity provides easy portability to both iOS and Android, allowing for mass dissemination of a mobile game.