Learn how to create 2D games in Unity with tilemaps, sprites, 2D physics, animation, and more.
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Create 2D games with Unity
Yes, C gives you a ton of ways to do things, but if you read the right books and listen to the right people's recommendations you will be able to focus on the subset of C which is easier to learn, is incredibly productive and efficient and will be a huge benefit to your game development career. If you make a JRPG you're learning a timeless game format that modern players are still very receptive to. They make for a great framework to add your own twist and experiment - be that in the narrative, presentation or mechanics. It's a great thing if you can make a game that's still played and enjoyed decades after it's first release!
Unity is the world’s most popular 2D and 3D game creation platform – 50% of all mobile games are made with it! New users can download the free version of Unity. You’ll get access to a platform to create 2D games plus an abundance of free resources from us and our awesome community.
Make a 2D game, in a 2D game
When you download Unity, you have the option to start creating with one of our ready-made Microgames, such as the 2D Platformer. Each Microgame has a collection of Mods – fun customizations that will introduce you to important workflows in Unity.
Create a 2D RPG in just one hour!
Creator Kits are simple game projects available on Unity Learn that you can make in about an hour. The 2D RPG Kit is code-free, so you can focus on learning about the Unity Editor and customizing the game based on your own ideas and interests.
Design 2D gameplay
The Explorer: 2D is a collection of mechanics, tools, systems, art and other assets to hook up 2D gameplay. The kit includes a game example built with these systems. You can complete this great project in under two hours, and you don’t have to write any code.
Learn 2D tools
Ruby’s Adventure is a project that will guide beginner creators into 2D game development and coding. Ruby’s journey will teach you how – and why – to use sprites, how to create your first script, use the Tilemap tool, decorate your scene, and create particles, user interface (UI), audio and more.
Thomas Brush: 2D game dev tips
Thomas Brush's channel is chock-full of practical tips and inspiration. Start with 5 steps to making a gorgeous 2D game and Anyone can make 2D games!
Brackeys: How to make a 2D game
Brackeys is one of the most popular and respected channels for Unity creators. Check out this series on 2D game development in Unity.
Blackthornprod: 2D art and animation tutorials
Blackthornprod creates his own video games and shares tons of tips on his channel. See his tutorials on creating 2D game characters, animation, lights, art and more.
On my last post (How To Draw 2D Primitive Objects on Windows Forms Application using C++ .NET), we’ve learned about how to draw some 2D objects on Form and Panel. That’s not difficult right? But now, in this post, we’ll learn about how to move that objects. Of course it’ll be very boring if that objects didn’t move. So, let’s get started! Don’t forget that I’m using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition in this tutorial.
Make a new Visual C++ CLR Windows Forms Application Project. Click File → New → Project…. Choose Visual C++ → CLR → Windows Forms Application and name your Solution
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Then, make a
Timer Object inside your Form. Go to the property, change the
50 (It means that it’ll be active every 50 milliseconds) and change
Now, let’s go to the code! first, make a
Point object that represents the position (Top Left) of the 2D object. In this case, let’s try to make a rectangle. Let’s call it
rectanglePos. Then, we make
rectangleSpeed to represents the speed of that rectangle when it’s moving.
Next step, let’s initialize this
(0, 0) value and
(4, 4) value inside
Next, let’s make the code inside
Paint event to draw the rectangle based on
rectanglePos onto your Form window.
Copy the following code inside
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Now, let’s put some code inside
timer1_Tick() to animate (or, actually, it’s only to move) the rectangle. The speed of rectangle move is based on
rectangleSpeed. And of course, I’ve put a simple collision detection between rectangle and the wall of Form.
Finally, try to run your program, and it should be like this:
Okay, I think that’s all I got to tell. If you want to make more rectangles or you want to add some circles, just add some
Speed. You can make it by using
List (try googling if you don’t get it). Okay, hope this simple tutorial gives you some inspirations. See you on my next Post.
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