Book Released! Build a Super Marlo Runner Game in Unity

Available in both Paperback and eBook format, check out Mammoth Interactive’s new book Build a Super Marlo Runner Game in Unity.

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Do you want to learn game development? In Build a Super Marlo Runner Game in Unity, you learn how to make a Super Marlo Runner game in Unity. In this game, a player moves consistently forward throughout several levels. Throughout the game, you need to jump to destroy enemies, climb up walls, and collect coins.

A preview of the eBook.

A preview of the eBook.

Build a Super Marlo Runner Game in Unity makes creating your own game easy and efficient. You learn how to build a game from scratch. You set up a project, create basic art, and implement functionality. You learn how to code in C# using optimal coding practices.

A preview of the Paperback book.

A preview of the Paperback book.

Build a Super Marlo Runner Game in Unity targets beginners. You will be able to navigate the Unity interface to make your own games. By the end of this book, you will have a completed game that you can put in your portfolio, or add onto with your own ideas. You will be able to think from the player’s point of view to give the players of your games the best experience.

If you want to be a game developer, this is the book for you.

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Some of the code you'll build in the course.

Some of the code you’ll build in The Legend of Zenda course.

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A screen grab from the course.

A screen grab from The Legend of Zenda course.

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A preview of the game you'll make.

A preview of the game you’ll make.

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Some of the code you'll build.

Some of the code you’ll build.

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