The Courseware focuses on the foundational skills essential to game production with Unity and directly maps to preparation for the Unity Certified Associate Exam.

Learners will develop an end-to-end understanding of game production with Unity as they build Zombie Toys, a third-person, 3D, survival arcade game. They will learn hands-on as they perform all required game development tasks from importing assets, to scripting behavior, building FX attacks, and publishing.

Validates candidate's knowledge of foundational game design and programming skills - establishing a baseline of skills that can continue with future levels, demonstrating more advanced and specialised skillsets.

Course has the goal of leading towards certification, which supports hiring practices by providing companies with an official evaluation and reference to the skillsets of developers and graduates.

Included are 20 chapters of video content (199 videos, approx 19 hours), all Zombie Toys game project exercise files and assets, as well as a detailed curriculum framework.

Learning Outcome

At the end of this course, learners will understand:
  • Introduction to Game Design
  • Critical Thinking In Game Design
  • Game Design Theory
  • Story and Game Creation
  • System Dynamics and Scripting Fundamentals
  • Game Development Tools, Functions, and properties
  • Interfaces, environments, asset management and animation
  • Physics and the build process
  • Constructs of game design
  • Principles of Cameras and lighting in Game Environments
  • Principles of Sound And Audio For Gamers
  • Strategic Game Development Techniques And Concepts
  • Principles of Quality And Functionality Assurance in Game Development
  • Principles Of Versioning and Game Release

Who should Attend?

  • Aspiring Games Designers
  • Students
  • Beginning Games Developers
  • Entrepreneurs
This course is endorsed under Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) Programme.
To find out more about CITREP+ Funding, please refer to Programme Support under CITREP+ page

Information as accurate as of 9 July 2019