Learn how to create video games using Unity
3D, a free-to-use game development engine. You
will have the opportunity to develop 3D gaming
experiences with sophisticated storylines,
interactions, aesthetics, and technical aspects.
You will discover how to use the core features
of the software while designing your very first
game, starting with learning how to create a new
project and manage your game assets. You will
practice the elements of building a fully playable
prototype in Unity: installation and setup,
pathfinding, lighting and light mapping, artificial
intelligence basics, camera animations, character
animations, scripting, materials, skyboxes,
particle effects, sound effects, and music.
This course is intended for students without any
academic background in the specific subject
area and for students attending their first year of
university studies in Art and Design.