Today being Cyber Monday, it would be strange if we didn’t do some sort of sale on our own store. With those e-learning bundles we have features from time to time, those seem to be a favorite for people and why not? It’s a great way to learn on your own time, whether it be mobile game development, using Unity3D, or even webdesign coding. Not only that, they are always at a good price.
Tag: mobile game development
We have posted about a couple of Unity3D Game Development course deals in the recent past, each with their own unique bundle of courses, videos, and tutorials. Well here is another Unity3D game development course bundle going over different aspects of mobile game development using the popular game engine.
Today’s DroidGamers Daily Deal is an entire bundle of courses that will teach anyone interested in making games how to do exactly that. This is a bundle of courses, all of which are the hands-on type of learning. So you will be learning how to code by actually making games within Unity3D.
A lot of indie game developers have started to release their games on multiple platforms all at once, or shortly after one another. Part of the reason for this is because all of the markets for each platform, be it Android, iOS, PC, Browser-based, and even console, are much more accessible to smaller developers than they once used to be.
Just two days ago we announced that Unreal Engine is now supporting Flash 11 officially. While this already is some great news, CryTek has now come out to make sure that if you aren’t excited over that then perhaps you will be once you hear that they are investigating supporting Flash with CryEngine 3 as well.
Are you trying to develop a game by yourself or with a small group of people but don’t have the $1500-3000 for that sweet commercial developer kit you’ve been wanting. Well there are some alternatives and one is the newly released Corona Game Edition SDK by Ansca Mobile which offers cross-platform game development including for Android.
Well it seems that the Unreal Engine by Epic is all but officially confirmed to be coming to Android. Ever since GDC 2010 when it was mentioned that support for the iPhone (now iOS in general) was coming to the UDK (Unreal Developers Kit), eventual Android support was left in the air for all to speculate on as no official word at GDC 2010 was ever mention.