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This tutorial will teach you how you can push your game builds to your Steam Deck fast and automatically using Syncthing, a multiplatform file synchronization program.
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In this tutorial, you’ll use ILSpy and AssetStudio to extract code and assets from a compiled Unity game.
Learn how to use LeanTween to animate the User Interface and various GameObjects in Unity 3D by creating a Breakout game clone.
Use Unity Addressables to make it easy to let users create mods, enhancing the user experience and expressing their creativity through your game.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Unity’s Job System and Burst compiler to create efficient code to simulate water filled with swimming fish.
In this introduction to using Git for source control you’ll learn everything from cloning and creating repos, through committing and ignoring files, to managing remotes and pull requests.
A command line course for beginners! Explore the basics like manipulating files and directories, navigation and tips and tricks to make your experience on the command line a little smoother.
Using Unity’s Sprite Shapes, making 2D environments has never been easier. Best of all, you can get get started with just a couple of sprites!
Ethereum has great potential for gaming. In this tutorial you will learn why Ethereum is interesting for you as a game developer.
In this Unity FPS tutorial you’ll learn the basics of working with UFPS to build the basis for a solid first person shooter in Unity3D.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn to extend the Unity editor to customize it for the needs of your game.