Sep 30, 2019
Great course, got to learn and understand good things about developing games in general and particularly in Unity. I highly suggest it for someone who has no experience whatsoever at game development.
Nov 16, 2015
I enjoyed the course. Very fun playing with the Unity editor, and the assignments give you some freedom in how you tackle assignments. The class was fairly easy and doesn't need much time commitment.
By Carlos V•
Jun 12, 2016
Good Starter Course, will be Nice more Unity Examples
By Parth S•
Feb 16, 2016
Course was very informative and helpful. I learnt a lot about unity and its tools and concepts. But there was very less scripting (coding) in the course.
By Robert M•
Sep 05, 2016
Great intro to game development. I wish it had covered a bit more about coding in Unity as well as importing assets from other software, but overall very informative.
By Cyrille B D•
Feb 16, 2016
Good technical base introduction to Unity 3D and usage of standard assets for basic prototyping.
By Sergey S•
May 24, 2017
Very approachable introduction to Unity game development. Alas, video quality and sound quality is somewhat mediocre.
By Howard H•
Oct 13, 2015
For beginners of video game development tool (Unity), this course is a great start. I think it would be even better if it can have maybe one or two more weeks for more example projects, and cover more about scripting, computer visual, imaging concepts etc.
By Maribeth D•
Oct 14, 2015
This course is very good at explaining both how and why you would do things a certain way in Unity, something that is missing from most of the tutorials you can find out on the Internet. The professor explains concepts behind why you need to use certain components instead of just giving a list of things to match up to replicate the projects. I've rated it 4 out of 5 stars not based on the content, but because the response time, interaction, and feedback could be improved upon. The content is definitely 5 of 5. I took this during the first run of the course, so I'm sure that the course staff will improve on this in the future once they get a bit more used to running a MOOC on Coursera.
Oct 19, 2016
A very useful course for beginners who have no knowledge of Unity. This is the best course to learn about the basics in the Unity and using the Interface. Scripting walk through was not enough. A few more exercises would have made it the best course
By Gabriel S M•
Mar 27, 2017
Excelent course for those starting from scract!
By John K•
Jan 31, 2016
It was a great course.The topics were well understood and the techniques used to make the games are providing a good basis for further game dev learning (in unity)
By Filip D•
Oct 22, 2015
Awesome Awesome ! You have to pay for quizes
Thank you a lot for the cource like this
By Nicolas S•
Feb 23, 2017
Great course! Congrats to the teacher!
It was clear and I learnt a lot!
By Stella M•
Mar 28, 2016
It's a simple and straight-forward course that brings you through the basics pretty fast. If you have the time, you could actually do the whole course in a day or two, just coming back for peer review. There are no surprises and the projects are simple. The instructor even lists what the objects of each lesson and video are, so if you need to look back at a specific feature, you need only look at the titles and then watch that one video. It's also interesting to see what people think of when creating a second level, if they try to go further.
By Jonathan M K•
Jan 10, 2017
This is a strong start to game development using the Unity editor. This course covers the basics of game development from graphics to game programming using the C# programming language that the Unity editor uses. It opens the door for growth opportunities.
By Marc-André M•
May 17, 2017
This course is wonderful, fast paced and engaging. The assignments are fun and make you feel like you are progressing. Maybe one challenge is that Unity is evolving very quickly and some of the material refers to deprecated Unity features. But as of Unity 5.6, you should still be able to get through the course with only minor tweaks. Having to search for solutions is something you'll need to do when you're working on Unity projects by yourself, so might as well get used to it. The forums are a great help.
By Tony O•
Dec 22, 2015
A very good intro, and everything works. I loved it
Jan 06, 2016
Was hard to keep up with work as well.
By Hermenegildo F d A N•
May 08, 2017
Ótimo curso, mesmo só com noções de programação da pra seguir no curso.
By Jules J•
Aug 10, 2017
A very nice introduction to Game Development. A great job that ensures the learner to get started immediately and thereby being able to integrate the knowledge directly. I loved the practical projects!
By Ricardo M•
Dec 14, 2016
Excellent introduction to Unity3D. Wish it went more into the process of developing games.
By Matias F•
Jan 18, 2016
A nice introduction to Game Development. The content is great and it doesn't overextend to the point of scaring you off game dev. I would give this course 5 stars if it had a little more spice. Everything in the course felt too scripted. I would suggest doing some fun live sessions on the side or something to let us know we're not being taught by robots.
By Rahul S•
Jul 12, 2016
This is a very introductory course meant for people having absolutely no background in 3D graphics or 3D game development. As a student with some experience in OpenGL and concepts like 3D transformation algorithms and whatnot, I believe that the course clearly delves into the making of the games rather than having deep insight into the algorithms required for that which is absolutely amazing and easy to understand for a starter. However if the course takers are expecting a deep insight into the 3D world and the mathematics behind that, you'll have to rely on other sources like books on Computer Graphics. However as an introductory course this clears the required concepts to a required extent.
By George S•
Apr 18, 2019
By Nigel M•
Jun 20, 2019
I like it because we learn some cool stuff, but its hard to get in touch with others when we have questions is all.
By Carlos I M B•
Jul 24, 2019
My only concern is that the coding part was good, but if the student doesn't have any coding experience would be pretty hard to understand some of the content.