Hands-On Game Development without Coding

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Learn
  • Understanding the Interface and kit flow. 
  • Comprehend the virtual space and its rules.
  • Learning the behaviours and roles each component must have in order to make a videogame.
  • Learn about videogame development
  • Creating a videogame without the need of learning any programming language
  • Create your own gameplay HUD to display player and Enemy information
About

Hands-On Game Development without Coding is the first Visual Scripting book in the market. It was tailor made for a non programing audience who are wondering how a videogame is made.

After reading this book you will be able to develop your own 2d and 3d videogames and use it on your presentations, to speed up your level design deliveries, test your game design ideas, work on your proofs of concept, or even doing it just for fun.

The best thing about Hands-On Game Development without Coding is that you don’t need any previous knowledge to read and understand the process of creating a videogame. It is our main focus to provide you with the opportunity to create a videogame as easy and fast as possible.

Once you go through the book, you will be able to create player input interaction, levels, object behaviours, enemy AI, creating your own UI and finally giving life to your game by building it.

It’s Alive!

Features
  • Build your first ever video game using Unity 2D/3D Game kit
  • Learn how to create game levels, adding props, giving behaviours to objects and working on gameplay
  • Step by step instructions on creating your own AI enemy and interacting with it
Page Count 430
Course Length 12 hours 54 minutes
ISBN 9781789538335
Date Of Publication 30 Nov 2018

Authors

Lucas Bertolini

Lucas Bertolini has many years' experience working with Unity3D engine. He has worked on three major projects: for the Argentine Chamber of Commerce as a developer and game designer; at Globant as a third-party for a Disney project and for Schell Games projects (Pittsburgh, a US-based company); and finally on his own product called Formate Digital, which provides educational video games as a platform service.

He currently runs his own company, Labson Studios, where he has written, programmed, and designed his own game called Darkness From Beyond (Oculus Rift), while also working on a separate project as a third-party developer.

In addition to this, he has been working for the last three years at a private institute, managing and teaching a video game developer degree.