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Unity Blog Tutorials With Beginner And Advanced Stuff

Discussion in 'Community Learning & Teaching' started by Fahir, Nov 15, 2022.

  1. Fahir

    Fahir

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    I've been publishing a lot of tutorials on my youtube channel called Awesome Tuts.

    But I also have a lot of written tutorial on my blog and I plan to publish even more. I have a team of people now working with me on creating more and more tutorials and I want to share them with you guys so that you can benefit from them.

    Here's the link:

    Awesome Tuts Blog
     
  2. Fahir

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    One of the most common questions I get when it comes to mobile game development is how to make my game look the same across multiple devices.

    I wrote a detailed blog post on how to use scripts to make your games look the same no matter which screen size and resolution the mobile device has. The link is below

    Make your game look the same on all mobile screen sizes
     
  3. Fahir

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    When creating a game in Unity the most important thing is to structure your project in a way that you can expand it later by adding new updates to the game.

    This is done from the beginning when you start creating parts of your game, not like what you see on all YouTube tutorials and low-quality courses where they just open a project and start creating things at random.

    If you don’t have a proper structure and you decide after 6 months to add a new feature in your game, it can break other features, and then you’ll have to deal with bugs that are hard to solve.

    And what’s worse, if you use a project with a bad structure in your portfolio and the game studio you applied for sees that, it’s an immediate rejection.

    To solve this problem we use Object Oriented programming and design patterns principles. And one concept that helps us implement that is called Interface.

    You can learn more about interfaces and how to use them in Unity by clicking the link below

    C# Interfaces In Unity - Create Games The Easy Way
     
  4. Fahir

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    For some reason, a lot of programmers stay away from singletons and talk badly about them. Here's a post explaining why singletons are useful, along with the pros and cons while using them and a guide on how to use them the right way.

    Singletons In Unity - How To Implement Them The Right Way
     
  5. Fahir

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