Create 30 Mini Virtual Reality Games in Unity Course with Vizual Coaching Academy
Video game development is the process of creating a video game and publishing it for users to enjoy. Games are usually funded by a publisher, however independent developers (AKA indie developers) usually gain funding and develop games themselves, to great commercial and critical success. Independent developers like Playdead have created games that have been successful and thought-provoking, making a big mark in the gaming industry.
Do you see yourself as a Video Game Developer who has a passion for making the next game that’s the talk of the gaming community? This package will help you to build 177 games in multiple formats and types, including 2D, 3D and VR.
You will receive access to six best-selling game development and design courses, utilising tools like GameMaker, Unity, the world-renowned Unreal Engine and Construct 2 to build games that you will be proud of, and that gamers will love.
What’s the deal?
Create 30 Mini Virtual Reality Games in Unity Course – R199 (valued at R3192)
Key Learning Points
How to make games using the Unreal Engine
How to build mini 3D Virtual Reality games in Unity from scratch
How to make 2D and 3D games in Unity
How to build games using Construct 2
How to build games using GameMaker
How to build and model a 3D Super MARLO runner clone in Unity
Overview of Blender
Cup and Ball
Simple First Person Shooter
Escape the Room
Hide and Seek
Tic Tac Toe
Validity: Valid until 31 December 2020.
Redeem online: www.vizualcoaching.com/redeem-voucher
No refunds on online courses.
Redeem course within 1 month from date of purchase.
Technical support available 24/5 via email, telephone and online chat.
Access to course material for 12 months.
Training runs on any Compatibility: Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android.
Training material available in English only.
Course log-in details and instructions will be emailed to you within three working days of redemption.
Course completion certificate included.
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