Make Smart Navigation With AI For Game Development. Build Your First Augmented Reality Mobile Apps.
Put yourself in the shoes of future-you 10 years from now. Imagine all the games and apps that will have come out over the decade. Simple arcade games filled with colorful, nostalgic pixel art, hyper-realistic virtual reality masterpieces, blockbuster AAA games, you name it. Which of them do you wish you had made?
This course was made possible by a #1 Kickstarter project supported by the Mammoth Interactive community.
Code in C# to create games in Unity
Learn to build games with artificial intelligence
Use a navigation mesh to add pathfinding logic to your game
Create augmented reality apps with Xcode and Swift
Learn cutting-edge tools that will put you ahead as a developer
And much more
Enroll Now In This Huge Collaborative Course
Join this course to learn with several Mammoth Interactive instructors how to develop games and apps. In Part 1, you will learn how to explode your games to professional level by using Navmeshes. With artificial intelligence your ship character will learn to explore a planet.
The ship will travel around craters, rocks, aliens and buildings in a 3D world. You will make a good pathfinding system to find the best path for the player to navigate to wherever you click.
In Part 2, you will learn how to implement augmented reality into iOS apps. We will give you a thorough introduction to coding for Apple. If you want to make games or apps for the iPhone or iPad, learning to code in the Swift programming language is crucial, and you can do so in this course.
Included in this course is material for beginners to get comfortable with the interfaces. Please note that we reuse this content in similar courses because it is introductory material. You can find some material in this course in the following related courses:
Make a Starship Unity Game Powered by Artificial Intelligence
The 2D, 3D & AI Games Frontier: NavMesh, Unity & Illustrator
Learn ARKit: Make an Augmented Reality App
All Levels Android and ARKit Developer Guide
From a Mammoth Interactive Interview with Glauco Pires:
"The good thing about creating courses is the reach you can achieve with the Internet. One of the best things I’ve seen in my entire career was a review from a student, who lives in another country and was really satisfied about the lessons.
He is a father of two kids, and throughout the course, he showed them the results of his learning process. They even had the chance to compare the game he made with the games the kids played at their game consoles.
Being able to make a difference in people of all ages and provide fun, family moments like this is something that makes working with games really worth it."
Enroll now to start your developer journey.