Imagine being paid to dream up new worlds and bring them to life — that would be fun, right? It might sound like a fantasy, but this is precisely what game developers do every day at work. With loads of opportunity for new talent and indie developers, now is a great time to break into the industry. The Official Unity Game Development Bundle provides 44 hours of essential training, and you can get it now for only $25.
For anyone who enjoys gaming, becoming a professional developer is a natural move. This career offers salaries up to $80k according to Glassdoor, and many indie developers earn much more.
This bundle helps you master Unity, a popular engine used to power titles such as Monument Valley, Super Mario Run, and Flappy Bird. Through four in-depth courses, you discover how to use the software and craft games with C# code.
The training starts from scratch, helping you master the fundamentals of programming. Each course includes multiple projects, meaning you pick up real-world experience while building your portfolio. Along the way, you'll create real 2D and 3D titles.
The courses also look at cinematography techniques used in game development, plus how to publish and monetize your mobile games.
This training is worth $800 in total, but you can get the bundle now for just $25.
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