Hello everyone, I'm totally new to game creation. I'm using google translator to communicate with you, I hope you understand.
OK. Thank you, God bless
You may want to have a look at this training course. It's 18 hours or so already.
It takes you from no programming knowledge to being able to architecture your game pretty fast.
Answer by toddisarockstar
Mar 17 at 03:06 AM
Unity can do about anything. you are simply limited by your understanding / creativity in programming.
as you learn more about programming you will find there is more you can do. and it doesnt take long to far surpass what can be taught in the manuals and documents.
Answer by LucyLuna
Mar 17 at 06:10 AM
Regardless of the fact that the manual needs more details, your understanding about Unity will be significantly increased over time. You should start with simple tutorials first. Cheers
Answer by domportera
Mar 17 at 08:35 PM
It depends if you have ever programmed before. Regardless, you should be ok starting with C#. You are going to want to start with Unity-specific tutorials that are for total beginner programmers within the engine, that way you can start learning programming as it pertains to working with Unity.
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