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Maybe you'll find something useful for you in these threads😊 https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/708962/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/620013/?ref=app
Unity is pretty easy, but you'll just have to take the time to learn it and practice with it. I've been messing with it for years now and their whole system is pretty easy to deal with overall. www.Unity3D.com/learn ^Good place to start. Go through all of their documentation and tutorials. They have a very extensive learning area and it's more than enough to get to going with it. www.PluralSight.com ^If you have a little cash to subscribe to something, that site has a bunch of Unity and gaming stuff on it also. I've used them at various points over the year to learn all kinds of things, including Unity stuff. They merged with DigitalTutor a year or two ago and absorbed all of their creative/game courses.
Start with the official tutorials (Jakob linked them), they're great. They explain a lot (from coding basics to game design) and you'll have fun with your results.
No problem bro. What are you working on?
Not anything in particular right now. I have some big dreams but they aren’t developed enough to explain them at all. I just want to learn how to use the program.
Just started their tutorials yesterday. Other than one having to be restarted(for some reason the play button wouldn’t work) it’s going great!