How to make an arcade game in Unity 3D
I spent the past week coding up a game called “The Last of Us: The Last of US” for a Playstation 4 version of Unity 3DS.
I wanted to create a 3D game that looked and felt just like the PlayStation 4 version, but with an awesome, retro feel.
I made a little video of the whole process in case you were interested in learning more about how it was done.
The game is a “survival” RPG with a twist, where you must explore the vast open world in a quest to find your way back to your last home, only to be attacked by zombies and infected.
The goal of the game is to survive as long as possible and get back to the safety of your home.
There are multiple endings to the game, each with a different story to tell, so the endgame will be very different from the one you get.
Here’s what it looks like in Unity.
I’ve done the initial prototyping and editing of the demo, which you can see in the video above.
This is a game where you can control the camera, zoom in and out, and look around in 360-degree 3D space.
This game was made with Unity, so I could use all the amazing tools I’ve been using for the past few years to create amazing 3D graphics.
It also features a level editor, which allows me to create the level layouts and make sure they’re very intuitive and easy to follow.
The video above was made for me by Zach Johnson, one of my students in my class, and it’s an example of the kind of creative freedom I enjoy working on these days.
I’m also happy to share some of my more advanced features that I’m working on right now.
First, I added a little bit of depth to the environments, using some special 3D models that are created from real 3D objects.
This allows me a lot of flexibility in how the environment reacts to player movements.
In this case, I made it so that I could easily make the environment move in response to player movement.
When I play a game like this, I try to make sure that I have a way to keep the player immersed while still having a game that’s very exciting to play.
The next feature I added is the ability to change the environment at will, making it very interesting to see what’s going to happen when I change my perspective.
I also added a few more visual effects to help make the game feel more cinematic.
One of my favorite things about working on this game is that it’s always a lot easier when you’re a kid, so when you watch your older brother play a video game and you can’t help but feel like he’s playing on the playground, you’re excited about playing your favorite games again.
Another feature that I added was a system for controlling the camera.
I decided to make it so you could turn the camera left or right, and I used a simple object called a camera controller to do this.
If you look closely at this object, you’ll see that it has two sides: one is for the camera position and one is the “forward” direction of the camera so it will point in the direction you want to look.
This helps you avoid having to control the “back” camera to make the scene look like it’s moving.
It’s pretty cool that I can control these things from the controller in a way that I didn’t have to when I was a kid.
Finally, I had a lot more fun with the environment and world.
In fact, I used to use this camera control to make a lotof changes to the environment when I started playing, so it’s really fun to see how things change when I make changes to it.
I’ll probably keep using this feature to make more games in the future, because it’s so fun to have a little more freedom to experiment and change things.
The demo is a lot like my “The Walking Dead” game, where I used the camera control system to make things that I thought were really cool.
I really like the look of the new environment in the demo and I’m definitely looking forward to making more of this kind of cool stuff.
For now, I’m pretty excited to see where it goes.
I can’t wait to see you guys play the game.