Computer Science• Series
Make a complete 3D video game (A Beginners Guide to Unity)
This series ended on October 8, 2023. All 1:1 and group chats related to this series are disabled 7 days after the last session.
We are going to create a fully functional 3D game in the Unity game engine. Throughout this course, we will program basic functions for the movement of a character, AI enemies, UI functionality, and much more. I will go through how to use Unity as well as how to program in C#, which is the language we will be using for this series. Learners will be expected to follow along and create their own games with unique twists of the versions I am demonstrating. Adding their own flavors and variations to the game is what will make this game their own rather than just a copy of what I will be teaching them. Questions are expected and bugs will occur, which is all just a part of the learning process. If there is anything that members of the series want to learn how to do, I will be glad to help.
I have been programming since 5th grade, and have taken the AP Computer Science A Course and the AP Computer Science Principles Course, receiving a 5 in both. I have made and published games on the app store and am currently a research assistant researching computer vision.
✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY
Everyone's busy and I understand that! If you have to miss a session, please message me in advance and I will be sure to send you meeting minutes after our session to try and catch you up on what you missed. However, if you miss more than 3 meetings or skip a meeting without informing me, it will be difficult for you to follow along with the remainder of the series, and you may be withdrawn from the series.
September 17 - October 8
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About the Tutor
I am a high school student that can help with standardized test prep, as well as help in advanced math and science courses