Thursday, October 1, 2015

Some awesome learning resources for Unity - more to come too!

Heya all, it's been a few months since I've been here.

We had baby #3 in December and took a lot of the summer off to enjoy some time with this lil guy (and the rest of the fam of course)

So now I'm back at it with tons of content and about 30 draft blog posts queued up needing completion :) I'm a big supporter of the Unity game dev community and co-run the Orange County CA Unity Meetup so join us if you are in SoCal!

The below are some learning resources I've done or a colleague, so check them out and I hope it gets you started. I have an awesome 2D lab coming shortly as well - stay tuned!

Cross-Platform Game Development with Visual Studio Tools for Unity

Level Up – Game Development Interview with Adam Tuliper

The awesome artist Matt Newman, Unity Evangelist Mark Schoennagel and myself teamed up for this one recently
MVA Course - Building Windows 10 Games with Unity 5

Build 2015 - Building Universal Windows Games with Unity 

Game Developers: Get the Most Out of Windows 10 

GDC 2014 - Carl Callewaert from Unity and myself.
Note this targeted Windows 8, builds are slightly different for Windows 10 but the overall process is the same.
Your Unity Game in More Hands - How to Build for Windows and Windows Phone (Presented by Microsoft)

Build 2014 - Building Your First Windows Game with Unity 

Developing Your First Game with Unity and C# 

Developing Your First Game with Unity and C#, Part 2

Developing Your First Game with Unity and C# Part 3

Developing Your First Game with Unity and C#, Part 4 

Developing 2D & 3D Games with Unity for Windows 

Porting Unity Games to Windows Store and Windows Phone (this may be getting a refresh soon for new Win10 content although its a similar process)

A couple of our open source repositories for Unity Games (the lab mentioned will be opening up shortly, need to clean a couple things up)



  1. Just want to say thanks for all the work!

    I am currently a Graduate Student in Media Design at Keio University Japan. Even though I had no experience with Unity or Programming before, I have taken on the challenge of developing a VR game-like experience that induces (informal) learning for my thesis project in this next year. Your Unity tutorials are a great help for starting out.

    I'll make sure to refer to your tutorials in the acknowledgements if all goes well!

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  3. Hello Adam
    I don't know unity and would like to give a try
    I have discovered your series "Unity - Developing Your First Game with Unity and C#" on MSDN magazines 2014 but I'm not able to find the code anywhere because MSDN magazine links to GitHub ( ) where there is no code anymore. Where can I find this code ?

    1. hmm.. I'll have to check on that. Note the other repo on my account for VampKid3d and VampKid vs Zombie Apocalypse. We have a new lab coming up soon as well off of (not available quite yet)

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  5. Absolutely fantastic posting! Lots of useful information and inspiration, both of which we all need!Relay appreciate your work.

  6. This is really great work. Thank you for sharing such a good and useful information here in the blog for everywhere.


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