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Day 51: Unity In Action

If I were to begin my learning journey over, I would start with Unity In Action by Joseph Hocking before moving onto the official introductory tutorials on Unity’s website.

It was an informative guide providing an insightful cross section of the Unity engine which I found preferable to following along to video tutorials.

But be forewarned, I’m the type of learner more inclined to read rather than watch.

In the days when thick, colorful instruction manuals came with videogames, I would read them cover to cover before ever pressing start.

Current Progress Status

  • Tower Defense Tutorial: 52/73
  • Unity in Action (completed)
  • Clean Code by Robert C. Martin (pg 62/464)

Onward!

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Author: Mike@PAUSED

Aspiring indie game developer. Devlog: www.paused.ca

One thought on “Day 51: Unity In Action”

  1. I learn the same way, I read rather than watch. Mainly I can skim a document and find exactly what I need in short order, but when watching a video it’s hard to skip around to the part you need.

    I’ve read 5 chapters of Unity in Action and I like the book. The author does a great job explaining this in a way that makes sense to me.

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