Mastering Unity: A Beginner’s Guideintroduces developers of all ages to the beautiful and valuable world of Unity.
Unity is a popular cross-platform game engine. It was initially unveiled and distributed as a Mac OS X-exclusive game engine in June 2005 at Apple Inc.’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Unity is used to produce nearly 50% of all games in the world. Its real-time platform, driven by tools and services, provides fantastic opportunities for game developers and innovators across sectors and applications.
Mastering Unity coversthe creation of both three-dimensional (3D) and two-dimensional (2D) games as well as interactive simulations and other experiences. Since Unity is an engine used in sectors other than video games, including film, automotive, architectural, engineering, manufacturing, and is even used by the armed forces, Mastering Unity focuses on a broader usage for Unity.
This book starts with the setup and installation of Unity, which is followed by additional info related to its usage. Mastering Unity covers such topics as scene management, debugging, 2D and 3D physics, and Unity Hub setup.
If you are an absolute beginner, Mastering Unity will help you understand the basics about Unity, its features, technical requirements, architecture, and the scripting language used in Unity. This book also focuses on setting up Unity, which encompasses installation, project creation, and launches of a project scene. Mastering Unity also addresses dealing with scenes and game objects, prefabs, storing scenes, animations in Unity, and performance optimization.
Mastering Unity will also help you learn how to test and release a game in Unity to various platforms.