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Joy Horvath
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Jul 18, 2018 10:43 PM
Has anyone had the opportunity to work with both Spine and Anima2D? Do you like one over the other? If so, why?

Jul 11, 2018 7:18 PM
Egads, my fellows! We've broken 830 members! What are we going to do when we hit 1000? (I propose a GIF party!)

Its so exciting to have you all here with us in this group! Please continue to post all of your awesome projects, and please give us some feedback! What would you like to see in this group? What would be helpful, fun, and interesting for you?

Jun 20, 2018 7:16 PM
It is Wedneday, and what an awesome Wednesday it is! We are only 24 hours into a world in which NESTED PREFABS ARE OFFICIALLY A THING!!!

Even better, the engineers didn't stop at nested prefabs. They completely revitalized the prefab system and introduced a bunch of new features that will make the prefab workflow just...just awesome. I can't even describe how great this is in 500 characters, so go check out the official post and then come back and geek out with me!! https://tinyurl.com/y7r5t2ol

Introducing new Prefab workflows – Unity Blog
One of the top requested additions to Unity is the ability to nest Prefabs. But we know a lot of you need many more changes to the Prefab workflows than th...
https://tinyurl.com/y7r5t2ol
Jun 8, 2018 8:42 PM
Hey all, have you heard about ECS yet? Brackeys has posted a tutorial about it, and I'd really love to hear what you all think about it! This is a brand new way of thinking about coding in Unity! https://youtu.be/_U9wRgQyy6s

New way of CODING in Unity! ECS Tutorial
This changes everything! ECS is here so let's see how it works! This video is sponsored by Unity. EDIT: ECS can now be obtained via the package manager. ● Ma...
https://youtu.be/_U9wRgQyy6s
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Abhishek meena
2 months ago
please contact me on twitter @Jewkoiyie
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Abhishek meena
2 months ago
Can U Help Me To Make An Game
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Abhishek meena
2 months ago
Tat's amazing
Jun 6, 2018 7:21 PM
It is Wednesday, my devs! A while back I asked about your favorite YouTube Unity Tutorial channels (check the featured tab to see the post!), and this time, I want to ask about your favorite books! They don't have to be Unity specific, in fact, my list contains a lot of important foundational game design books. What are your go-to books? Non game devs, I really want to hear from you too! See my list in the comments, and btw, nothing here is sponsored! These are just my personal favorite books!

Joy Horvath
2 months ago
Level Up! The Guide to Great Game Design by Scott Rogers (Probably my favorite book--it has doodles!!) Fundamentals of Game Design by Ernest Adams (this is the reissue of a book called Andrew Rollings and Ernest Adams on Game Design, which is a book I have kept since my college days. It's extremely tattered from use now!) Game Design Workshop by Tracy Fullerton (Want to know about Iterative design? This is the bible!) Game Programming Patterns by Robert Nystrom (If you're a programmer, you NEED this book! The code is written in C++ but your C# knowledge will allow you parse it fairly easily, and its the breaking down of the patterns that count the most. Also, this book is available FOR FREE online at Nystrom's site, gameprogammingpatterns.com!) A Theory of Fun for Game Design by Raph Koster (What is fun? ["Baby don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more"] This book answers this suprisingly difficult question in a very engaging way, and it ALSO has doodles!)
May 9, 2018 10:15 PM
Hey all! Let's talk YouTube tutorial creators! My preferred method of learning has always been videos, and I think it's so awesome to see Unity devs out there sharing their knowledge with the world! I thought it would be awesome to create a running list of really great Unity tutorial channels to give the creators some extra visibility, and YOU some extra learning resources!

Do you have a favorite Unity tutorial YouTube channel? Post it in the comments!!

Joy Horvath
2 months ago
Alberto LuvianoThank you very much for sharing these links, as a beginner it means a lot having great learning resources. One of my favorties, though I still find it difficult to follow, is Sebastian Lague https://tinyurl.com/yb9jr278. Definitely on the medium to advance range but his solid concepts and maths skills are really valuable.
Ah I forgot about Sebastian! Yes, I really like his channel as well!
Alberto Luviano
2 months ago
Thank you very much for sharing these links, as a beginner it means a lot having great learning resources. One of my favorties, though I still find it difficult to follow, is Sebastian Lague https://tinyurl.com/yb9jr278. Definitely on the medium to advance range but his solid concepts and maths skills are really valuable.
Ellen Flaherty
3 months ago
Haydar RencuzogullariBrackeys is my favorite when it comes down to technical aspects. However, I also really enjoy Mark Brown, with Game Makers ToolKit. It is really helpful for dealing with how to make great gameplay, great juice, and great story for your game. I also enjoy Extra Credits, especially their episodes on horror games.
I like Extra Credits too! I don't know Mark Brown - going to check that out now.
Brackeys is my favorite when it comes down to technical aspects. However, I also really enjoy Mark Brown, with Game Makers ToolKit. It is really helpful for dealing with how to make great gameplay, great juice, and great story for your game. I also enjoy Extra Credits, especially their episodes on horror games.
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