We want to share with you this amazing and very voluminous video tutorial on creating a game. If you decide to make your first (or second) 3D game on Unity, be sure to go through it to the end. It sets out everything from building a scene and lighting, ending with battle mechanics and the design of game menus. Make a horror survival game in Unity

Duration – about 25 hours. And it’s worth it!
What you’ll learn
– Use post processing to create amazing graphics
– Create a unique horror survival game in Unity 2019
– Easy to understand coding activities
– Create intelligent AI
– Create stealth and combat mechanics
– Use a custom load screen
– Create a main menu and options menus
– Create an interactive inventory menu
– Mecanim and Timeline based animations
– Requirements
– It would be good to have a basic understanding of Unity. You do not need any coding experience as I will cover C# coding in detail
– The game is very detailed and in order to follow along with the project you will need a fast computer that meets the following minimum specifications
– PC or Mac with at least a 2.5GHz processor
– At least 4GB RAM
– At least 10GB available space on your Hard Drive
– Video Graphics Card with at least 2GB onboard RAM
– My computer Specs when creating this tutorial:
– Windows 10, i7 processor 4GHz, 32GB RAM, Nvidea Geforce 1070 graphics card with 8GB RAM
– This allows me to get 60fps in the game, however, even at 30fps the game runs fine.

So, what’s in the course?

– we start by creating the visuals to establish a night time look for the game. Then we will equip the player with a flashlight and a nightvision camera.
– Then we will move onto lighting the scene to create an interesting aesthetic quality. We will add fog for atmosphere to give it a professional quality look
– The enviornment map and props are free to download and you can use them in any game you decide to create.
– We will Add sounds and music to bring the scene to life.
– Then we will import enemy characters and add walking, running and attack animations using the mecanim animator window in Unity to seamlessly blend between a wide range of motions.
– We will work on navigation path finding and artifical intelligence, allowing the enemy characters to make their own decisions on where to go and what to do. Once the enemies detect you, they will discover their own different ways to hunt you down!
– Then we will work on a player inventory menu, displaying which weapons you have picked up. Each weapon has a different strength, speed and noise.
– Then we will move on to the stealth mechanics, allowing the player to attempt to sneak around the map unnoticed. But the enemies are clever and once they spot you they will go into pursuit mode.
– This brings us to the combat system, where the enemy will attack you and you can attack them. You will need to choose the right weapon to try and kill the enemies, because they are fast and very strong. If you try and stand and exchange strikes with them you won’t last very long, so strategy is the key to defeating the enemies.
– We will also be adding a save system so players can save and load their progress between sessions.
– We finally work on a main menu and in game options such as changing lighting, volume and switching on or off antialiasing and fog, as well as difficulty settings.
– By the end of this course you will have a completed horror survival game which you can export out as a finished product. You will have developed the skills, confidence and understanding of how to make your own games in Unity.

This course includes the following free assets:

– Free horror environment 3D scene
– Free weapons
– 6 free realistic animated enemy characters
– Free sounds and music
– Free music by Bensound

Table of contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Creating horror style visuals
  3. Lighting
  4. Sounds
  5. Atmosphere
  6. Enemy AI
  7. First Person Player
  8. Inventory Menu
  9. Pickups
  10. Creating the Game
  11. Stealth Mechanics
  12. Combat Mechanics
  13. Menu screen
  14. Options Menu
  15. Save System
  16. Export

See also... 

  Game Character Animation in Maya and Unity
  Unity Lighting Fundamentals
  Make A Roguelike Game In Unity
  The Ultimate Guide to Cinematography with Unity
  Unity Physics Fundamentals