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Make a 2d Platformer in Unity 2020 using Design patterns

Make a 2d Platformer in Unity 2020 using Design patterns Free Download. 

Learn how to architect your codebase for a 2d platformer using design patterns.
What you’ll learn:
How to create a 2D platformer in Unity 2020
How to use State Pattern, Strategy pattern and Factory method pattern in a full game project
How to write maintainable C# code
How to save game state
How to create multiple level

Intermediate knowledge of c# language ex how abstract classes / interfaces works
Basic knowledge of Unity 2020 ex Mecanim Animation System
Basic knowledge of Unity 2020 ex How Raycasting / Physics 2D works
Basic knowledge of Unity 2020 – know your way around the inspector
Visual Studio IDE ex 2019 is recommended

Making games is fun but there is nothing more frustrating than adding new code to create a new game mechanic just to have the old code break. At this point it stops being fun and bug search begin – which honestly is the least fun thing to do when you could instead design a new level for your game. That is why it is so important to learn how to create maintainable and extensible code base for your game. If you search for a solution you will find Design patterns and SOLID principles.
To get a discount try 2021_OCTOBER code.

If you have every tried to learn design patterns you surely know that it is not intuitive when to use it. Each presents a solution but requires time and additional code to work. Implementing them just for the sake of it is just a waste of time – so when should we use them? The answer is – when adding new features or extending the old ones seems like a lot of work and effort.

In this course you will learn how to use state pattern as a base to create your character controller and how to refactor your code to other design patterns when you can see that adding new feature starts to be “painful” and unintuitive. At the end you will know the way of thinking behind the refactoring process and behind the decision when to use design patterns.

You will learn how to write decoupled classes – meaning that class A doesn’t rely on Class B but if they both exist they can communicate witch each other to create our desired game mechanics.

This is an Intermediate course about creating a maintainable and extensible codebase and in effect a full 2d platformer game. You should know your way around Unity and feel comfortable coding in C# using Visual Studio IDE.

You will learn how to:

Create a character that can move and jump and extend it’s character controller with new features like: climbing behaviour, attack logic etc.

How to reuse players character controller for enemies

How to create 3 types of enemies as well as a end level boss

How to use factor method pattern to make your code more maintainable

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