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Whats a good series/DVD to watch to learn how to use Unity from scratch?
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There's none.
Unity is cancer and so are its tutorials.
Unreal Engine for the win.
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>>536501
shill
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look up sebastian lague on youtube. i think he has a into to unity series
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>>536501
pls tutorials for Unreal Engine
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>>536463
If you know C# you are good to go. It's pretty straightforward. If you don't know C# then that's where you need to start.
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>>536463
>try to download unity
>10GB
>>536501
>download Unreal Engine
>takes around 4GB
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>>536773
>>536501
>>536530
Rubin is pretty good for Unreal
Posts c++ and blueprint tuts weekly
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Here's a good tip: just fucking do it.
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>>536777
>Rubin
???
Google does nothing
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>>536816

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gvZ4PtuSdVE
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>>536823
Thanks.
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Don't want to start a new thread and this one seems kinda related. If I'm not a 3d artist, but make stupid small games in unity, can I still share my shit here? Can't find any game development related board.
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>>536903
/vg/ /agdg/
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>>536909
Check out this magic trick:
>>>/vg/agdg/
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>>536463
https://unity3d.com/learn/tutorials
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>>536463
You don't need to learn much it's basiclly a drag and drop tool
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>>537059
Also http://answers.unity3d.com and youtube, you don't need more
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thanks all
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>>536463
I know /3/ moves pretty slow, but I remembered this thread while checking Cousera.org for C# classes and I ran into this

https://www.coursera.org/learn/game-development

Looks pretty neat, and there a re some good reviews as well, I find that I do better with some form of structure based learning, so I'm gonna give it a go. Hope it might help some others!



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