For the longest time I wanted to be involved in creating video games, however growing up in a country that didn't really have an industry to speak of, I went into something completely different. Now in my early 30's, I'm really keen to pursue that childhood dream, and Unity seems like an ideal place to start. I have beginner level knowledge of Object Oriented programming languages like Java (having picked up and gone through Head First Java last year) a smattering of C#, and during university some moons ago I completed courses in SQL, Delphi, and Visual Basic. So I'm not completely technically deficient here - in fact I pick up new concepts reasonable quickly. I want to know from those more experienced than me in Unity development, if given the above experience and knowledge, it would be a worthwhile endeavor to dive into the Unity environment and tutorials now to build that first game, or if I'm going to find it challenging without first acquiring some other skillset, or a deeper/more advanced understanding of the areas I currently understand at a basic/intermediate level. Thoughts?