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Unity Third Person Shooter

Learn how to create a complete third person shooter game using Unity
Instructor:
Pete Jepson
1,847 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
Learn how to make third person shooter games
Raycasting and Impact Instantiation for weapons
Change shaders dynamically during gameplay
Create endless waves of vampires that spawn into the game
Control animations through layerweights and layermasks
Implement animation events to trigger custom functions
Easy to learn coding using C#
Build a solid understanding of Unity by creating an actual working video game
Develop transferrable skills that can be applied to First Person Shooters and other types of games

If you want to make impressive shooter games then this course is for you. I will be showing you step by step how to make a third person shooter game that I call Vampire’s Lair. This is full on arcade action, inspired by the original DOOM game. This will help you develop the skills necessary to go onto make your own awesome games.

There will be coding and design tasks throughout that will challenge your knowledge of game design and help you to develop professional skills. If you just want to design games for a hobby or if you are looking to embark on a career in the gaming industry this course will help you get there. Plus it’ll be a lot of fun too.

Covered in this Unity course:

  • Using Unity 2019

  • Setting up a third person character

  • Pickups for changing ammo/weapon types

  • Using single shot, rapidfire, flamethrower and grenade launcher weapons

  • Spawning waves of enemies that target your player

  • Using pathfinding AI

  • Killing enemies with bullets, flames, grenades and exploding barrels

  • Impressive shader/particle systems to give your game a professional look

  • Setting up animation events to trigger functions in C#

  • Learn C# coding using real world coding activities

  • Setting up a Boss with a health bar

  • + Much More

(These principles can also be applied to first person shooter games)

The Main Player

1
Introduction
2
The Main Player - Introduction
3
Create a basic 3D scene
4
Install Unity Assets
5
Basement Unity Package
6
Gun Sounds
7
Install Post Processing
8
Setting up the Main Scene
9
Setting up the Main Player
10
Post Processing
11
Player Animations
12
Scripting the Movement
13
Scripting the Rotation
14
Rotating Speed
15
Player Running
16
Giving the Player a Gun
17
Aiming the Gun
18
Adding a Crosshair
19
Moving the Crosshair

Weapons

1
Weapons - Introduction
2
Muzzle Flash
3
Wall Impacts
4
Gun Sounds
5
RapidFire
6
Slowing down RapidFire
7
Grenade Launcher
8
Flame Thrower
9
Pickups
10
Exploding Barrels

User Interface (UI)

1
User Interafce - Introduction
2
UI Panel
3
UI Script
4
Weapon Change on Pickup
5
Ammo Amount
6
Back to Single Shot

Vampires

1
Vampires - Introduction
2
Import Vampire
3
Setup Vampire
4
Editing Animations
5
Setting up a NavMesh
6
Scripting AI
7
Vamp Attack
8
Freeze AI Movement
9
Lighting the Vampire
10
Attack Damage
11
UI Health
12
Hit Reaction
13
Resetting Layer Weight
14
Blood FX
15
Hit Sound Effect
16
Vampire Sounds
17
Random Sounds

Multiple Vampires

1
Multiple Vampires - Introduction
2
Nav Obstacles
3
Crawling Animation
4
Crawl Attack
5
Multiple Animations
6
Crawling Attack
7
Vampire Prefabs

Killing Vampires

1
Killing Vampires - Introduction
2
Blood Impacts
3
Death Animation
4
No Movement when Dead
5
Changing Material when Dead
6
Coding Layer Masks
7
Death Sound
8
Score Points
9
Checking Multiple Vampires
10
Debugging Code
11
Death Particles
12
Flamethrower Death
13
Burned Animation
14
Crawling Flame Death
15
Death by Grenade
16
Barrel Explosion Death
17
Final Fix

Level Design

1
Level Design - Introduction
2
Level Design
3
Setting up NavMesh Helpers
4
Baking the NavMesh
5
Spawning Vampires
6
Spawn Limit
7
Destroy Spawn Place
8
Lighting the Level
9
Level Layout
10
Rotation Fix
11
Vampires Can't push the Player

Music

1
Music - Introduction
2
Placing Pickups
3
Play Review
4
Adding Music
5
Player Death
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