Quick Start to Unity is a learning path on PluralSight/DigitalTutors that shows some of the basics of getting around in Unity and making a simple game.
There are about 3 hours of video content (although I took a couple of hours more, as I followed along in Unity and took notes).
I felt the focus was pretty good. I took it after the much longer Coursera Course, Introduction to Game Development . It doesn’t cover everything from the course, but it has a nice set and several things that weren’t covered in it.
In particular, there were plenty of small tips on how to get better looks (the course is apparently a bit more target toward artists). The completed project is quite simple, but looks quite nice.
What I didn’t like:
- the course is for Unity 4, and there is no information on how to make things work with Unity 5. So several times I’d have to Google how to do things. Some text on the bottom from the author with the changes would be great.
- The video player doesn’t allow speeding.
Overall, it is pretty interesting if you already have a Pluralsight subscription, or if you use their trial.
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