It’s Now Incredibly Easy to Make 2D Games in Unity
And my quick start guide will show you how in just a few hours!
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The goal of the quick start guide is to cover the critical skills you need to make a 2D game with Unity in a logical way so you can move on to making your own game. The example code we go over is just that, a working example designed to help you out. I built all of the code examples in a modular way so you can use them as the foundation for making your own game or take what you build and turn it into your own game.
I have decided to offer the content from the full guide online for free! If you like what you see or want the artwork/project files to follow alone, you can buy the full book and resources at any time.
Still not sure about buying a copy of the book? You’ll get a well-designed, easy to follow PDF/eBook guide packed full of the content you’ll need to start working with Unity 4.3’s new 2D workflow. In addition, you’ll get a set of sample artwork needed to run the exercises in the quick start guide and it’s backed by a 100% money back guarantee. I stand behind my work! If you are not satisfied with what you get I am happy to offer you a full refund within 30 days of your purchase. All I need is an email with a copy of your receipt and the reason why you didn’t like it.
The goal of the quick start guide is to cover the critical skills you need to make a 2D game with Unity in a logical way so you can move onto making your own game. While this guide walks you through building a sample game, the example itself is not important. Let’s face it, no one wants to build the game someone else tells them to make! If you are anything like me, chances are that you have your own game idea already and it’s probably not what the book is going to teach you. So with that in mind, the example code we go over is just that, a working example. But to help you out I built all of the code examples in a modular way so you can use them as the foundation for making your own game.
Once you complete this quick start guide, which usually takes anywhere from 2-4 hours depending on your prior experience with Unity or coding in general, you will be ready to leave the nest and go out on your own to start the game you really want to make. I don’t spend a lot of time making you polish a demo game to simply fill the pages of a book. You’ll find that this guide is concise, succinct and backed by my years of experiences writing technical articles, tutorials, books, and doing workshops. Last year alone I ran over 50 HTML5 game workshops and published two books!