Create a 3D Endless Runner from Scratch in Unity

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Who doesn’t love a good endless runner? Of course the scenery is repetitive, but did you know that it has to be constructed with pieces of the environment that can always fit together and be procedurally placed? All assets including models, animations, textures and sounds are supplied. The objective of this course is to teach you all you need to know to make your own game!

Course Reviews

A good well paced run through of developing a simple game. Penny does a great job of explaining each the topics and covers many of the basic building blocks needed for games development.
Bevan C.
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Clear and easy to understand. Well taught! When I had a question it was answered very fast and correctly. I learned a lot from this course and already used some of it to improve another little game I made.
Eddi V.

What's included?

  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 articles
  • 22 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

Learn what it requires to be a full stack game developer

You will gain experience and a great overview in all the skills required to put together an endless runner game on your own.

A complete game world

 You will also learn how to put the ideas presented to you into your very own first procedurally generated game environment complete with special effects and a graphical user interface.

Meet Your Instructor     
Penny de Byl

Professor of Games Development, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science
About me
I'm a full stack developer of most things computer sciency and academic with a true passion for teaching. I've been teaching others about games development, programming, computer graphics, animation and web design for over 25 years in universities in Australia and Europe at the full professor level. I've also consulted for Unity, SAE, the Australian Institute of Entertainment and Wikitude. My best selling textbooks including Holistic Game Development with Unity are used in over 100 institutions world-wide.