3D Game Development with UNITY

Rated  #1 3D gaming program for kids

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What is UNITY?

Unity is a 2D / 3D game development engine and framework.  Unity allows you to import and assemble assets, write code in C# to interact with your objects, create or import animations for use with an advanced animation system, and much more. 

What Learn Unity?

Unity is one of the most in-demand tech skills and has one of the highest forecasted growth rates, at over 39% over the next two years.

What is C# and what Programming skills will I develop?

C# is an object-oriented programming language, developed by Microsoft in 2000 to adopt the best features of Java and C++. It’s used for a wide range of reasons but it is most popular in Game Development.

The popular Unity game engine was built in C#. Approximately 33% of top games are built using this platform and there are more than 500 million users of these games. The applications are not just limited to traditional game development but it also incorporates the Virtual Reality games.

  • More than 30% of developers use C# regularly (as per StackOverflow’s developer survey).

  • C# has the third biggest community on popular developer community Stack Overflow.

  • Every month, more than 5,000 C# jobs are advertised in the US alone (as per GooRoo data).

By Learning C#, you will learn:

  • Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming

  • Fundamentals of key Computer Science principles

  • Conditionals and loops

  • Classes, Methods and objects

  • Arrays and strings

  • Abstraction

  • Inheritance and Polymorphism

What age group to start at?

Though most students start learning in their teen years, Code-it Hacks has designed a simplified program to start as early as age 10. Students will start by learning the basics of Unity engine and design simple components with that will require simple programming in. C# sharp at first.

Students will then progress to more advanced gaming requiring them to take a deep dive into object oriented programming.

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