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What Makes my Dream Game Unique


I have finally made enough progress in my game to really start making it unique and show off all the big plans I have for it. Discord - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 #unity #gamedev #devlog

I Spent $1,000 on Fiverr Game Development


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My 1 Year Game Dev Journey - From School to Sea of Thieves


In this video, I share my 1 year game dev journey, which took me from school to Sea of Thieves. 🔥 You're Awesome 👉🏼 Subscribe for more game dev journey stories: 🤍 👉🏼 Join our Discord ( Over 150 Game Developers ): 🤍 👉🏼 Background Music: "Concerning Hobbits" lofi remix produced by 🤍Chill Astronaut ~ lofi beats ~ 🤍 ✈︎ The longer description about this game dev journey video In this video I share with you my 1-year game dev journey of how I went straight from school to working on Sea of Thieves. Sea of thieves is a AAA game developed by Rare and published by Microsoft Studios. I hope you find my 1-year game dev journey insightful and interesting, if you did, please consider subscribing, and liking the video so that I am motivated to create a video detailing what it was like being a game dev on Sea of Thieves. 💢 WATCH OUR OTHER VIDEOS: 🎬 UE5 Chaos Destruction in 300 Seconds ~ 🤍 🎬 UE5 Niagara in 300 Seconds ~ 🤍 🎬 UE5 Niagara Tutorial - Animated Niagara Material ~ 🤍 #gamedevjourney #gamedev #seaofthieves

1 Year of Learning Game Development In 6 Minutes


I spent almost 1 Year learning game development in Unity, with no prior experience, and here's the entire progress in 6 minutes! Subscribe for another year! ● Join to get custom emojis and additional perks: 🤍 Have you ever tried liking a video? It's pretty cool. ● Download my Games: 🤍 ● Twitter - 🤍 ● Watch my other videos Giedzilla - I Made a Metroidvania Game in Microsoft Paint 🤍 Giedzilla - I Made an Ultimate Puzzle Game to Trick You 🤍 Giedzilla - I Turned Them Into a Boss Battles In My Game 🤍 Giedzilla - How I Made 3D RPG Open World Game in Unity 🤍 Giedzilla - How I Made a 2D Game with NO Experience (you can too) 🤍 Giedzilla - How I Made my First Mobile Game in Unity! 🤍 Giedzilla - I Made a Game You Play with your Voice in Unity 🤍 ● Timestamps Coming soon ● Description Almost 1 year ago I started learning game development in Unity. That means I had to learn c#, how to make game assets, and a billion other things. I've made 5 games so far: a 2d hack and slash game, a voice-controlled platformer, a tower builder for androids, a 3d RPG gladiators game, and a 3d puzzle game. How did I do all of that? Well, youtube is full of great game dev videos, and... ok ok, it was brackeys. ● About Digging deep, huh? I am an indie game developer and self-taught(don't know much) programmer and artist. I make videos about games I make in Unity's game engine, drawing game assets, and everything related to games in general. If you are an epic gamer yourself you should join my journey and be a part of it! ● Music Intro song : Blitz - Retro Gaming Version [Royalty Free] Music provided and produced by LonePeakMusic Link : 🤍 Renaissance by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Artist: 🤍 #gamedev #unity #giedzilla #makegames #unity3d #rpg

Why Dani Is The Most Underrated Game Developer Ever


Dani Dev being one of the best solo indie game developers out there at the current time, i felt it nescessery to sing his legacy and to shine some light on the most underrated game developer. 🤍Dani `s channel : 🤍 If youre looking to stay up to date on when my next videos are coming out be sure to check out my instagram where ill be posting polls, progress reports and teasers for upcoming videos Instagram : 🤍 #dani #crabgame #karlson #muck #gamedev #gamedevelopment

5 Years of Learning Game Development - Hobbyist to Professional!


5 Years of Game Dev. My story, my experiences, and of rise to becoming a full-time game developer! Let me know in the comments down below how your gamedev journey is going, what you have learnt, and what you would like to achieve moving forward! Good luck everyone! WISHLIST MONSTER TRIBE on Steam: 🤍 Check Out Yahaha Studios Today: 🤍 Follow My Itch: 🤍 SOCIAL LINKS Discord Server: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 MONSTER TRIBE DEVLOG RECOMMENDATIONS: How I Designed the Perfect Open World for my Dream RPG Game - Monster Tribe Devlog 🤍 HOW I MADE Over $50,000 in 1 Year of Full-Time Game Development 🤍 They DESTROYED my Open World RPG Game! (Dream Game Devlog) 🤍 #MonsterTribe​​ #devlog​​​ #gamedev​​ #indiedev​ #pixelart​​ #gamemaker​​ #gamedevelopment​ #gaming

This Almost Ruined My Indie Game: Devlog


Go to my sponsor link 🤍 if you're interested in starting a career in game development! This video is sponsored by Southern New Hampshire University. Main pixel artist I use and recommend: 🤍 s o c i a l s ☕ Discord: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 business inquiries: michael🤍 s u p p o r t 👏 BuyMeACoffee: 🤍 merch: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 my book list (affiliate): 🤍 g e a r (affiliates) 🖥️ Keyboard: 🤍 Mouse: 🤍 Monitors: 🤍 Chair: 🤍 Desk: 🤍 Mic: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 gear store: 🤍 d e s c r i p t i o n 🔥 My full devlog playlist: 🤍 Chapters : 00:00 - where I've been 01:10 - new features! 03:54 - working on too many things at once 04:12 - a lightbulb moment 07:22 - retrospective So again it's been awhile since I made a proper devlog. I have a few excuses (maybe not great ones), but since the previous devlog, I think I've made a lot of progress on a bunch of features within my indie game Muster. It's also been about a year since I started my game dev journey, and I can definitely say I continue to learn so much about game development and game design. Recently, I've been doing a lot of random stuff for the game. Since the last devlog, I added the foundations of a Stardew Valley like fishing minigame. I also added a healer unit to the various soldier types you can recruit. I then pivoted to procedural dungeon generation (Shoutout 🤍Sunny Valley Studio for the great tutorials). My thought was, that running through dungeons could be another way of progressing your character and army. I then got the urge to redesign the NPC movement system I had been using in Unity. Originally, I had been sticking with the A* pathfinding algorithm. This algorithm is great at pathfinding to specific points, but felt sort of weird when it came to dynamic combat movement. I then saw another video from Sunny Valley Studio, about context steering and decided to try that. Context steering felt way better in combat, but was unintuitive when it came to moving to specific waypoints. So I combined the two into my new movement system! I then realized I never built an inventory system, so I started work on an inventory system. Inventory systems can prove to be a bit tricky in game dev, but I think I have the foundations. I also had an lightbulb moment recently. The larger maps keep feeling weird from a game design perspective. So I decided to shrink the map, but add different stages. So as you move from stage to stage, the theme and armies change, hopefully adding more replayability and flavor! I'm still new to game dev and game design, so comment down below any tips about game development or suggestions for Muster! c r e d i t s 🎵 Blue Wednesday, Felty - Caffeine 🤍 Blue Wednesday - Middle School 🤍 Blue Wednesday, juniorodeo - Find Yourself 🤍 Context steering visualization: 🤍 d i s c l a i m e r I do not claim to own any or all of the pictures/footage that may be shown in this video. All of my opinions are entirely my own and do not represent any company I work for or am affiliated with. Any financial topics discussed are not financial advice. #indiegame #gamedev #devlog Channel produced by Rainy Sunday LLC.

How I Learned To Make Games | One Year of Indie Gamedev


Sign up to Thomas's Full Time Game Dev Course and the first 100 people get 25% OFF: 🤍 I hope you enjoy this look back at my first 365 days working as an indie game developer. I wanted to share a lot of advice, thoughts, and experiences that I learned during this first year that may help anyone else interested in pursuing this as a hobby or profession! I have been using Unreal Engine 4 to create my sci fi FPS game: Arcadian Rift, however this video will cover more general topics that are not specific to any game engine. In the video I cover topics such as getting started, learning the software, advice on development, and how to stay motivated and focused! MUSIC USED: TheFatRat Denny Schneidemesser Epidemic Sound GAME FOOTAGE: Horizon Zero Dawn Genshin Impact Team Fortress 2 The Design of Subnautica 🤍 Stress-Free Game Development: Powering Up Your Studio With DevOps 🤍 WISHLIST My Steam Game: Arcadian Rift: 🤍 SUPPORT Me on Patreon: 🤍 FOLLOW ME on Twitter: 🤍

I Love Survival Games... So I'm making one!


Making my own Survival Game has always been a dream of mine... Maybe this is the start of my dream? Devlog #1 ❗️Check out this next video!❗️ 🤍 ❗️Join this channel to get access to perks:❗️ 🤍 ❗️Discord❗️ - 🤍 -Are you starting your journey in game dev? Are you looking to make some friends with the same interests as you to motivate and help each other out? Well... my discord is empty for now but I'll gladly be your company if you still decide to join! :D My name is Floky and I make Game Dev videos! #DevLog #GameDevelopment #IndieDev #GameDev #UnrealEngine #SurvialGames #unrealengine5 #Floky

25 Game Dev Tips for Beginners - Tips & Tricks


New to game dev, or maybe you've been doing it for awhile but struggling? Today, I'll be sharing my top 25 tips and tricks. From pixel art to coding, I'll share with you what I've learned over 10 years of making games. If you like my videos and find them helpful, you can support me over my Patreon page here: ✨ 🤍 ✨ ┈ Software I use! ┈ ● Godot Engine - 🤍 ● Pyxel Edit - 🤍 ● LabChirp - 🤍 ● Paint.NET - 🤍 ● Blender- 🤍 ┈ Who is Goodgis? ┈ I’m a full time Graphic Designer, Game Dev, & Youtuber. I specialize in making cute, colorful games in Godot and telling my story through my videos. I also run my own little game studio called Firith. My dream is to hire my friends and make Firith a full-time job. I’m known for games such as The Keeyp, Wizbirds, Snomes, and Dewdrop Dynasty. ✦ Discord - 🤍 ✦ Twitter - 🤍 ✦ Games - 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:09 Tip 1 - Always Prototype Your Game 0:15 Tip 2 - Take Inspiration from Everyday Life 0:27 Tip 3 - A Game is Like a Marriage 0:36 Tip 4 - Game Dev Takes Twice as Long 0:44 Tip 5 - Get Feedback as Soon as Possible 0:54 Tip 6 - Reuse Your Code 1:03 Tip 7 - Start Marketing Your Game 1:12 Tip 8 - Make a Devlog 1:23 Tip 9 - Game Engines Aren't Important 1:35 Tip 10 - Stick with a Tool 1:45 Tip 11 - Free Software is Good 1:54 Tip 12 - Watch a Tutorial Everyday 2:11 Tip 13 - All Engines have Bugs 2:22 Tip 14 - Copy Peoples Art (But Don't Post It) 2:35 Tip 15 - Use a Color Palette 2:45 Tip 16 - Create a Moodboard 3:03 Tip 17 - Keep Your Art Simple 3:15 Tip 18 - Never Delete Your Art 3:28 Tip 19 - Fundamentals are Key 3:48 Tip 20 - Watch CS50 4:03 Tip 21 - Make Small Games 4:21 Tip 22 - Learn Your Language 4:38 Tip 23 - Naming Consistency 4:52 Tip 24 - Write Readable Code 5:15 Tip 25 - Create, then Optimize 5:31 Bonus Tip 6:09 Shoutouts ┈ Similar Videos ┈ Goodgis - Pixel Art Tips from a Professional Artist - Tips & Tricks 🤍 Goodgis - The Best FREE Software for Game Development! (In my Opinion) 🤍 Reece Geofroy - How To Pixel Art - Beginner To PRO Tutorial 🤍 Reece Geofroy - How To Pixel Art In 10 Minutes | Pixel Art Tutorial 🤍 Ask GameDev - 7 Game Design Mistakes to Avoid! 🤍 #gamedev #gamedesign #indiedev #Goodgis #pixelart #gameart



I use Unity's terrain tools to hand-craft a world for my RPG game about witches called Mana Valley. ► Unity Terrain Editor on Unity Learn: 🤍 ► Download Unity 3D: 🤍 Before I felt super confident in sculpting the terrain I felt like I needed to get better performance, so I also covert my project to the Universal Rendering Pipeline (URP). You can wishlist Mana Valley on steam here: 🤍 ► Socials Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 My games: 🤍 For more educational content on video game development, unity tutorials, and c# programming don't forget to subscribe! This game uses the Unity game engine combined with the asset Game Creator 2 commonly referred to as unity gc2. This is an indie game devlog, the team is currently composed of a single solo dev. ► Credits Procedural Worlds - Pegasus Catsoft Works - Game Creator 2 Catsoft Works - Inventory 2 (GC2 module) Catsoft Works - Stats 2 (GC2 module) Demigiant - DOTween Pro Haon - Novice Witch Suriyun - Turnipa Monqo studios - Repsonsive pressure plates ATART - ATART Casual Wizard Pack Tidal Flask Studios - Fantastic - Interior Pack Raygeas - Suntail - Stylized Fantasy Village Raygeas - AZURE Nature Polymorphfx - Magic Spells FX Pack Steven Craeynest - 3D Speed Lines WOW Sound - RPG Magic Sound Effect Ciathyza - Gridbox Prototype Material Chris Nolet - Quick Outline Sound effects from Zelda link to the past //about I'm a licensed architect who somehow made his way into becoming an indie game developer. Before starting this journey I literally had no experience with Unity, c#, coding, or programming. Now I share fun (and hopefully funny) videos about what I'm working on via this devlog / devblog. Checkout some of my other videos! AIA - Adding FLIGHT to my DREAM Game 🤍 AIA - Building My DREAM Game 🤍 AIA - I made a game that makes people FALL in LOVE 🤍 AIA - How I Win EVERY Game Jam 🤍 AIA - No Modern Videogame Has This Technology... So I Made It. 🤍 AIA - I accidentally Made Dani's Game 🤍 My specs: Graphics card - RTX3090 Mic - Shure sm7b Boom Arm - Rhode PSA1 Mixer - Go XLR Other related videos: Brackeyes - How to make Terrain in Unity! 🤍 Unity - How to build beautiful landscapes in Unity using Terrain Tools | Tutorial 🤍 Thomas Brush - Gorgeous terrain is SUPER EASY (Unity Tutorial) 🤍 UGuruz - Crysis Scene Breakdown and HDRP Terrain in Unity 🤍

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Indie Game Devlog #5 - Redesigning Goobi!


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How Making Indie Games Changed My Life


My name is David and I make games for a living... which blows my mind, since I'm horrible at coding and I'm self-taught with art/design. In this mini-documentary, I go through my life and explain how I got here. I hope it inspires you to start, finish, and market your game—because trust me, it's worth it. Check out the official Game Dev Unlocked website, and sign up for the official newsletter to receive a 270 MB asset pack full of game dev goodies! 🤍 Song credit: “Highest Name” by Generdyn. Take your films to the next level with music from Musicbed. Sign up for a free account to listen for yourself: 🤍 Credits (used with permission): archjoe, Edward256, LMHPoly, Chris Zabriskie

2 Years of Game Development - Chef RPG


Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code PIXELARCHITECT My full gamedev journey over the past 2 years. Wishlist Chef RPG on Steam! 🤍 Check out Clement's work here - 🤍 Clement's Instagram - 🤍 Nikita's Instagram - 🤍 Follow me on Twitter! 🤍 If you missed the Kickstarter and still wish to support the game, check out our pre-order store! 🤍

How I Made $100k On My First Indie Game


Checkout Roll on Steam here: 🤍 Checkout my Patreon page here: 🤍 If I learned anything from watching other indie game devlogs, it's that talking about how much money you made is algorithm rocket fuel. In this video, I walk you through the process of How I Made $100k On My First Indie Game. This is the first game I've ever released, and I'll show you exactly how much money I made and hopefully you can learn something from my experience. Roll is an ultra relaxing score attack deckbuilder with dice! Destress with the soothing sounds and minimalistic environment of Roll. The game is plain and simple on its face, but a countless number of upgrades and procedural generation add a sneaky depth of strategy that will have you coming back again and again. Drink Juice. Roll Dice. Get Dopamine. I'll see you losers on the leaderboards. SEO: How I Made $100k On My First Indie Game devlog, indie devlog, satisfying, most satisfying game, satisfying game, unity devlog, indie game, unity game, game dev, indie dev, solo dev, indie game devlog, game development, unity game dev, unity, game developer, how to make games, dev, gamedev, development log, making a game, first game, game dev journey, game vlog, developer, make a video game, log, game, dev log, solo, how to make a video game, gamedevelopment, indie development, indiegame, game devlog video, pixel art, game art, making a video game #devlog #steamgame #gamedev

Dumb Things I Did During My Game Dev Journey


The first 1,000 people to use the link will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare: 🤍 Discontinued Android APK: 🤍 I made a party game called Move or Die, and at one point SnoopDog and Shaq played it against each other in a twitch tournament. That is just one of those weird stories that happened during the development of the game. It’s time to tell you those behind the scenes stories that were never told publicly before. So welcome to Move or Die Hindsight :D Video Contents 0:00 Intro 1:41 Sneaking Into Anime Conventions 2:37 Day9 Encounter 3:29 GDC Adventure 5:39 IRL Move or Die Companion App 7:18 Around the World 8:03 Ebay Reseller 8:40 Banner ships? 9:14 Reactions Special Thanks Twenty - Producer TraZox - Co-Editor Anubius - Community Manager

I Paid 4 Game Developers on Fiverr to Make the Same Game


Check out Fiverr: 🤍 I Paid 4 Game Developers on Fiverr to Make the Same Game Fiverr Sellers in This Video: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ My Patreon: 🤍 Follow Me: TikTok: 🤍 Dragon Ball Channel: 🤍 Minecraft Channel: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Contact: badgamedevbusiness🤍

Everything I Learned at Game Dev University


Before I got hired in AAA gaming, I spent 1 year undertaking a master's degree at Game Dev university, and in this video, I share everything I learned at game dev university with you guys. ✦ The Notion template with the concepts - 🤍 ✦ List of companies that designed this degree - 🤍 ✦ Our Discord (800+- game devs) - 🤍 ✦ My Twitter - 🤍 ✦ For Business inquiries email - ori🤍 ┈ Similar Videos ┈ Masahiro Sakurai on Creating Games - Risk and Reward 🤍 Masahiro Sakurai on Creating Games - Frame Rates 🤍 Masahiro Sakurai on Creating Games - About This Channel 🤍 Tiedle - What Game Development College Is Really Like | First Year Complete 🤍 Thomas Brush - Should You Get A Degree In Game Dev? (My Story) 🤍 Game Maker's Toolkit - How to Become a Game Designer 🤍 Thomas Brush - How I Recovered From Quitting My Game ($50,000 Spent) 🤍 The Cherno - fixing my odl game engine that apparently doesn't work 🤍 #gamedev #gamedevelopment #gamedevuniversity

Game development is HARD


Download Core for free: 🤍 Join the GGJ Core Diversifier Challenge: 🤍 Game development is hard, and in this video I'll tell you why. Make sure to watch the first part of this video, "THIS has never been easier", to get the other side of the coin! 🎓Start learning Godot (affiliate link) 🤍 and use coupon "ELIPTIK" to get 10% off! ✨Wishlist Dashpong 🤍 🚪The door problem 🤍 📈Released games on steam 🤍 MUSICS ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jazzhead - VOiD1 Gaming (🤍) Anthem of Rain - Leave The Country Ketsa - Frieden Maikaih Beats - Chillflow Makaih Beats - Off white Scott Holmes Music - Action Drums SOCIALS ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Help support the channel on Ko-fi: 🤍 Join us on Discord! 🤍 Twitch 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Links 🤍 CHAPTERS ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 00:00 - Intro 00:23 - Core Sponsor 01:43 - Ideas are free 03:17 - Hidden complexity 06:45 - More than making games 10:46 - Conclusion 12:05 - Outro

5 Solo Game Dev Mistakes You MUST Avoid (My Experience!)


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ЧТО Я УЗНАЛ ЗА 9 ЛЕТ В ГЕЙМДЕВЕ | Game dev by Artalasky


Игровые ассеты 2D и 3D - 🤍 (Скидка 20% - artalasky20) GeekBrains обучит Вас профессии Геймдизайна с нуля. Вперёд к новым знаниям вместе с GeekBrains 👍 🤍 ТОП 7 ошибок разработчика игр - 🤍 ТОП программ для создания игр - 🤍 Жизнь разработчика игр - 🤍 Я в ВК: 🤍 Мой Instagram: 🤍 9 лет в gamedev достаточно серьезный срок, за это время у меня накопился огромный багаж знаний и опыта, которым я хочу поделиться с вами. Геймдев перспективное и крайне увлекательное занятие, которое может стать профессией и приносить хороший доход. Но как и везде на пути к созданию игр можно совершить множество неприятных ошибок, о которых я рассказывал в предыдущем видео про топ 7 ошибок разработчика игр. Партнёрка: 🤍

1 Year Of Learning Game Development In Unity...


I've spent the last year making games and learning game development in Unity... This is my 1 year game dev journey. JOIN THE DISCORD: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 All released games showcased in the video are available here: 🤍 #Unity #GameDev #DevBanana ALL MUSIC USED THAT REQUIRES ATTRIBUTION: MDK - Frostbite Context Sensitive - Runner Context Sensitive - Sneeze Context Sensitive - Over Context Sensitive - 20XX Context Sensitive - Amiga Context Sensitive - Entropy Context Sensitive - Warning Context Sensitive - Boss Context Sensitive - Comfy Context Sensitive - Smacks Context Sensitive - Yoink Context Sensitive - Biscuits Context Sensitive - Monster Context Sensitive: 🤍 🤍 MDK: Channel: 🤍 Download: 🤍

3 Months of Learning Game Development


Use my link 🤍 and check out the first chapter of any DataCamp course for FREE to unlock new career opportunities and become data fluent today! Game dev artists I recommend: 🤍 🤍 s o c i a l s ☕ Discord: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 business inquiries: michael🤍 s u p p o r t 👏 BuyMeACoffee: 🤍 programmer merch: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 my book list (affiliate): 🤍 g e a r (affiliates) 🖥️ Keyboard: 🤍 Mouse: 🤍 Monitors: 🤍 Chair: 🤍 Desk: 🤍 Mic: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 gear store: 🤍 d e s c r i p t i o n 🔥 Chapters: 00:00 - intro 00:41 - how I got into game dev 01:14 - choosing a game engine 01:38 - the struggle with side projects 03:10 - my experience with Unity 06:00 - other problems and my game dev experience 07:51 - should you try game dev? 08:01 - do I recommend Unity? 08:29 - how do you learn? 09:01 - staying consistent? 09:35 - has game dev ruined the magic? 10:00 - outro Checkout my other devlogs: Building My Dream Game Devlog 1: 🤍 My Indie RPG Has Problems Devlog 2: 🤍 Developing My Indie RPG is Confusing Devlog 3: 🤍 Gods and Spells in My Indie RPG Devlog 4: 🤍 Other videos used: Unity 5 2D Platformer: 🤍 Halo Infinite Campaign Launch Trailer: 🤍 A little over 3 months ago I decided to try game development for the first time. In the past, I never really was interested in game dev or game design. I've always loved playing video games, but I was hesitant to try game development as I thought it might ruin the magic of video games overall. This video is less of a devlog, and more of a reflection on my experience developing a game so far. But the inevitable YouTube algorithm started to recommend game dev channels, and I was hooked. To start off, I had to decide on a game engine. Some popular game engines are Unity, Unreal, Godot, Gamemaker, Construct, and RPGMaker. I really like C# as a programming language, and many of the tutorials I began watching were using Unity, so I felt Unity was a solid initial choice. I also decided to focus on developing a 2D game similar to Stardew Valley, because I thought making a 3D game may be a little more complex than my free time would support. One thing I usually struggle with when it comes to software engineering side projects, is that I start a lot of projects, but I don't finish a lot of projects (mostly due to waning interest). I didn't want that to happen with game development, so I decided to only work on it when I want to. To hopefully avoid burnout, and not make game dev and design feel like a chore or job. Creating art for game development is also a hurdle. I've tried pixel art and let me tell you, it did not go well. Therefore I decided to pay and support really talented pixel artists, instead of dreading creating terrible looking sprites. You can find the link to their itch pages above! Overall, game development has been the most fun software engineering side project I've ever worked on. Indie game dev is more satisfying as its very visual and tangible (similar to web dev). And in general, I recommend anyone interested in game development or game design, at least try it out. I think Unity is a great engine, but there are a lot of other engines out there to try as well. And remember, if you are doing this for fun, don't make it another job (unless you want to)! #gamedev #softwareengineering #devlog This video was sponsored by Datacamp. c r e d i t s 🎵 Blue Wednesday - Middle School 🤍 Blue Wednesday, Shopan - Home Court 🤍 Aviino - Jasmine 🤍 oddfish - Toddle 🤍 Cloudchord, Smile High, Teddy Roxpin - Sirens 🤍 d i s c l a i m e r I do not claim to own any or all of the pictures/footage that may be shown in this video. All of my opinions are entirely my own and do not represent any company I work for or am affiliated with. Any financial topics discussed are not financial advice.

You're probably doing Game Dev wrong and you don't even realize it


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7 Years of Indie Game Development - The Making Of Sapiens


Share my 7 year journey as we look at how a hugely ambitious but successful game is created by a solo indie dev, from the first concepts to the early access release on Steam. It's been a long and at times difficult process, filled with many obstacles and breakthroughs. The development of Sapiens has changed my life. I've learned so much and grown both as a developer and a person. But there is still a lot of work to do, and I'm looking forward to leading Sapiens to its full potential, through Early Access and beyond. Sapiens is available now on Steam: 🤍 Thanks again to everyone who has helped along the way. Here is a link to ThinMatrix's channel, as mentioned in the video: 🤍 This video contains music from the original Sapiens Soundtrack by John Konsolakis, 🤍 Some other music tracks in this video are created by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License 🤍 Sapiens website: 🤍 Follow on twitter: 🤍playsapiens and 🤍majicDave Sapiens Discord 🤍 Developer website: 🤍

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Голая правда от директора студии! Как искать работу и стажировку в разработке игр?


Я каждый день отбираю кучу народа и вот какие странные вещи иногда происходят... Обучение разработке игр с нуля с гарантией трудоустройства - 🤍 Мой канал в телеге - 🤍 Моя студия Agava - 🤍 Моя книга - 🤍 ЯЮниор: Группа - 🤍 ЧАТ В ТЕЛЕГЕ - 🤍 Discord - 🤍



This portfolio got me hired in the game industry as an engine programmer working on Sea of Thieves without having any prior game industry experience. 👉🏼 Join our GAME JAM, $1000 prize pool and over 300 Game Developers: 🤍 👉🏼 Subscribe for more game industry videos: 🤍 🔥 These are my favourite game dev resources 👉🏼 My favourite Game Engine Book - 🤍 👉🏼 My favourite Physics Game Engine Book - 🤍 👉🏼 Every Game Dev needs to have this book nearby - 🤍 👉🏼 Every Game Designer should read this book - 🤍 👉🏼 Every Game Designer should have this book nearby - 🤍 👉🏼 Check out 🤍The Cherno 's game engine series: 🤍 👉🏼 My Game Dev CV: 🤍 👉🏼 My Game Dev Portfolio: 🤍 ✈︎ The longer description In this video, I go through the game dev portfolio that got me hired in the game industry as an engine programmer. I go through all the projects which I included in my game dev portfolio which helped me get a job in the games industry without having any prior game industry experience. For the most part, this portfolio shows my versatility in working with different programming languages as well as different coding paradigms. Getting a job in the game industry may seem overwhelmingly difficult if you're just starting out on your journey, however this game dev portfolio example and game dev cv example shows that with organized dedication, anything is possible. My job on Sea of Thieves involved being an engine programmer, which meant I worked on low-level unreal engine code and tool development, I also worked on profiling, optimizations and pipeline tool development. If you have any questions related to this portfolio that got me hired in the games industry, write them in the comments below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can! 💢 WATCH OUR OTHER VIDEOS: 🎬 My 1 Year Game Dev Journey - From School to Sea of Thieves ~ 🤍 🎬 This is Why GAMES are BORING ~ 🤍 #gameindustryportfolio #gameindustrycv #gamedevportfolio

I Made the Worst Game Ever


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The MOST important skill for 2022 Game Dev


You MUST have THIS skill to SUCCEED at Game Dev, this is the most important skill for 2022 Game Development. ➡️ Patreon - 🤍 ➡️ Twitter - 🤍 CHAPTERS: The MOST important skill for Game Dev - 00:00 This is THE most important video I'll ever make - 00:34 Without Mental Health you WILL FAIL - 01:42 I know how VANILLA this sounds - 02:29 Big YouTubers do THIS - 03:17 #DanielDionysus #GameDev #GameDevelopment

2 years of GAME DEV in 5 minutes


This devlog shows how far my city builder colony management game has come in the last two (or so) years to now in 2022. I had no idea what I was getting myself in to when I started the unity project all that time ago… I hadn’t even really played that many city builder games. The game has come quite a long way, and it’s got a lot further to go, so subscribe to keep up with the future devlogs Twitter: GitHub:

My Worst Game Dev Job


Download Core: 🤍 → Join the City Building Jam (until March 22): 🤍 In this video, I talk about the development of Crowdsorcerer, a Discord bot that allows users to create predictions and cast votes on their likelihood (essentially a way to crowdsource “accurate” predictions of events by averaging public responses). This wasn’t for a game jam devlog or a “Making a Game in 1 Week or 24 Hours” video, though—it was actually freelance work for a big YouTuber that ended up being somewhat questionable… Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 → Join the PolySpace Discord: 🤍 -Chapters- 0:00 Intro 0:42 The Beginning 1:25 Core 2:43 The Offer 4:03 Making the Bot 5:05 Quitting -Music- "Cipher'" - LEMMiNO (🤍 "Glider" - INTL.CMD (🤍 "Wallpaper" - Kevin Macleod (🤍) "Seasons" - INTL.CMD (🤍 "Getting it Done" - Kevin Macleod (🤍) "Operatic 3" - Vibe Mountain (🤍 -If you liked this video, here are similar ones you might enjoy!- Game Dev Unlocked - How Making Indie Games Changed My Life 🤍 Jabrils - Watch This Before Becoming A Game Developer 🤍 PolyMars - Making a Game Using Discord's Bot API 🤍 Codeer - Introduction To My Weird Shooter Game - Devlog 0 🤍 Goodgis - How Scope Creep Killed My Game - Devlog 🤍 Fat Dino - I Remade Plants VS Zombies, now it will DESTROY your PC 🤍 Dani - I Made Among Us, but it's 3D 🤍 Dani2 - YouTube Shadow-Banned Me? 🤍 Randall - Programming a New Physics Engine for my Game 🤍 PolyMars - Learning SDL2 in 48 Hours - GMTK Game Jam 2020 🤍 PolyMars - My Worst Game Dev Job - The Making of Crowdsorcerer 🤍

I Wish I Had Known This Before I Started Unity Game Development...


In this video I cover several tips for beginners and skilled developers alike! I wish I had known many of these unity skills before making my game Couch Combat… The Unity Spring Sale is going on now: 🤍 Samyam’s Scriptable Object Video: 🤍 Wishlist Couch Combat on Steam: 🤍 Join My Pateron for an exclusive Couch Combat Beta: 🤍 My Discord Server: 🤍 My Twitter: 🤍 Chapters 0:00 Intro 0:49 Unity Tips 3:46 General Tips 9:45 Quick Specific Tips

Making A Game, But I Only Have 12 Hours...


I made the ultimate top down shooter game, where upgrades have side affects, in only 12 hours for the Progressive Game jam. Check out how I only just manged to finish it in time. Play the game: 🤍 Check out the others who participated in this game jam: 🤍BenBonk 🤍mattWorks 🤍PhilDev Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 I make my games using Unity. #Unity #GameDev #gamejam MUSIC: Context Sensitive - Booty Shake Robot Context Sensitive - Invisible Walls Music: Disco Club by WinnieTheMoog Free download: 🤍 License (CC BY 4.0): 🤍 Artist website: 🤍

5 Steps To Gorgeous Game Art


Whether you're making a 2D or a 3D game, I can tell you how to make your game gorgeous. ► The sale ended, but you can still get 3D Art Pro for 35% off for a limited time: 🤍 ► Get my 2D Game Kit Free: 🤍 ► Learn my secrets to 6 figures as a game dev, year after year! 🤍 ► Learn Game Dev (Get 25% off with code LETSGO): 🤍 ► Learn 2D Art (Get 25% off with code LETSGO): 🤍 ► Wishlist "Father": 🤍 ► Edited by: 🤍 ► Follow Thomas on Instagram: 🤍 ► Follow Coder of "Father" Ajay: 🤍 ► Follow "Father" 3D Weapons Creator, Felipe: 🤍 ► Follow "Father" sound designer, Hector! 🤍 ► Play Neversong: 🤍 ► Play Pinstripe on Switch or Steam: 🤍 ► Check out my games: 🤍 ► Ask a question on my subreddit: 🤍 ► My Studio Set-Up: 🤍

One developer is making this game and it’s going to make him famous


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Goodbye, YouTube


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How To Get Started With Game Dev (Beginner's Guide)


Check out GDevelop today! 🤍 Today I want to answer a questions I receive a lot. How to get started with game dev. But not only that, I'm going to show you how to do it for FREE using the wonderful, open source Gdevelop. Play my EPIC Duck game here: 🤍 Want to peak around my code? Check out the source files here: 🤍 Kenny's Free Art Assets: 🤍 ┈ Software I'm using! ┈ ● GDevelop Game Engine - 🤍 ● Pyxel Edit - 🤍 ● Audacity - 🤍 ┈ Who is Goodgis? ┈ I’m a full time Graphic Designer, Game Dev, & Youtuber. I specialize in making cute, colorful games in Godot and telling my story through my videos. I also run my own little game studio called Firith. My dream is to hire my friends and make Firith a full-time job. I’m known for games such as The Keeyp, Wizbirds, Snomes, and Dewdrop Dynasty. ✦ Discord - 🤍 ✦ Twitter - 🤍 ✦ Games - 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:15 How Do I Get Started with Game Dev 0:30 Epic Duck Game 0:42 Finding Your Engine 1:18 Making a Game Concept 1:58 My Idea 2:17 Making the Artwork 2:56 Free Art Assets 3:23 The Programming Phase 3:58 Conditions & Actions 4:20 Adding Movement 4:50 Fleshing out the Game 5:28 Was I Successful? 6:02 More On GDevelop 6:24 Linux Meme 6:40 Shout Outs ┈ Similar Videos ┈ Goodgis - 25 Game Dev Tips for Beginners - Tips & Tricks 🤍 Goodgis - Pixel Art Tips from a Professional Artist - Tips & Tricks 🤍 Goodgis - The Best FREE Software for Game Development! (In my Opinion) 🤍 Reece Geofroy - How To Pixel Art - Beginner To PRO Tutorial 🤍 Reece Geofroy - How To Pixel Art In 10 Minutes | Pixel Art Tutorial 🤍 Ask GameDev - 7 Game Design Mistakes to Avoid! 🤍 #GDevelop #gamedev #gamedesign #indiedev #Goodgis #pixelart #gameart

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