The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Game Design Special Interest Group recently held a Mentor “Ask Me Anything (AMA)” with Game Writers in conjunction with the National STEM Video Game Challenge. Teachers and students throughout the United States contributed questions about the process of writing original video games. The expert panel moderated by Felix Wilhelmy featured: Sheri […]
Used by many professional designers, Unity is a game development ecosystem. Its rendering engine lets you create interactive 3D and 2D content, publish your games on multiple platforms, and access thousands of quality, ready-made assets in the Asset Store.
Unity is used by most professional game designers to create their games, but is more complicated than some of the other tools. To help with this, the Unity community contains over 3.3 million developers who use Unity to learn and make games for a wide variety of platforms including computers, tablets, phones, game consoles and the web.
Unity Learning Resources
The Unity website provides a great set of resources for learning to develop with Unity including Tutorials, Documentation, Live Training Sessions, Q & A’s and Community Support.
To visit Learn With Unity.