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For students, educators, parents, and anyone learning to code with Unity in our multi-week LIVE online course beginning July 13th.Show more
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Gregory Lane
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Oct 23, 2020
Create with Code: Game Jam has officially started!

The theme is SECRETS.

Before you begin, here are some things to keep in mind:

- Read through the submission rules to ensure understanding of requirements for submitting a game: https://connect.unity.com/challenges/createwithcodejam
- Make sure you give yourself enough time to upload your game. Start uploading at least 1 hour before submissions close, at the latest!
- Keep your scope of the game SMALL. You only have the weekend to create a game, so make sure you have enough time to complete it.
- Use #mentor-request Discord channel as a last resort. This Game Jam is supposed to be a learning experience to test your skills at troubleshooting issues that arise. If you get stuck and struggle to move forward, then open a Help Ticket for support.
- We unfortunately can’t support 24/7, so if you submit a Help Ticket and you don’t get a response immediately, it’s because we’re either helping other Jammers or it’s during a time where we’re light on support (super late at night / early morning).
- Have fun and learn all that you can from this experience!

connect.unity.com
Create with Code Game Jam! - Unity Connect
João Francisco Bertolucci
Indie Game Developer
4 months ago
And now Create with Code: Game Jam has officially ended.
Gregory Lane
Admin
Oct 16, 2020
Create with Code: Game Jam
Create with Code: Game Jam
You've learned how to Create with Code. Now use what you know to jam out a game!
NR
4 months ago
can any one help me now pls connect to me . i had a plan for the big game design . so, pls help me . naveenrom232@gmail.com
NR
4 months ago
hi guys,
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Durvesh Naik
Jan 30, 2021
Hey everyone here in gamedev, I am Durvesh Naik making games for over 7 years now. Over the years I got solid hands-on experience on Unity3D and some cool strategies to make games fast.

I saw a lot of newbie or even advanced users of game development have no practical knowledge on how Unity3D works and how you can make 3D, 2D games.

So I decided to make an extensive course on 3D Game development with Unity3D. And after months of working on the course, it is finally released on DUemy.

Would you like to give your honest feedback about the course?

https://www.udemy.com/course/3d-game-development-with-unity3d/?couponCode=B07021B0FD72DDA34C2C

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Durvesh Naik
Jan 30, 2021
Hey everyone here in gamedev, I am Durvesh Naik making games for over 7 years now. Over the years I got solid hands-on experience on Unity3D and some cool strategies to make games fast.

I saw a lot of newbie or even advanced users of game development have no practical knowledge on how Unity3D works and how you can make 3D, 2D games.

So I decided to make an extensive course on 3D Game development with Unity3D. And after months of working on the course, it is finally released on DUemy.

Would you like to give your honest feedback about the course?

https://www.udemy.com/course/3d-game-development-with-unity3d/?couponCode=B07021B0FD72DDA34C2C

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Darren Forster
Dec 17, 2020
Ok so a few months ago I went through the CwC Live course - thanks for running such a great course - and recently I saw that Alternative Software have done a new game (I remember AS from the 80's when they used to make all the TV spin off games like Thomas The Tank Engine and Postman Pat for the ZX Spectrum).

Anyway when I saw the game I thought hold up... where have I seen that before?? The game is Lunch A Palooza - if you look at how it plays - it is basically an adaption on the ball game that was created in CwC (the one where you had a ball on a table and you had to bounce it off - Week 5).

It's interesting to see some of these basic ideas and how they've been adapted into such a big game idea like this.

Hi guys, hope you're having a nice dev-day!!!!

We just released our last game created on a game-jam using Unity!!!
It was a really hard worked but funny process in the past 3 weeks developing the game... Hope you guys can joy a game-jam to feel that experience.

unity-connect link: https://play.unity.com/mg/other/little-red-riding-hood

itch.io link: https://danilock.itch.io/little-red-riding-hood

Please, give to us the whole feedback you can :D

Description
For students, educators, parents, and anyone learning to code with Unity in our multi-week LIVE online course beginning July 13th.Show more
Preferred Language
English