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how do i go about tinkering with the unity engine to turn it into a custom engine to my liking? submitted by theoldones to programming

ram148280 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

3 tips every Unity developer should know When working on any engine, as Unity or Unreal Engine, some developers, mainly coming from a computer science field, can have a tendency to head down and start working on huge algorithms or structures without knowing if they already exist in the engine.

we will present an assortment of tips and tricks to use while working with Unity. These tips and tricks could make our experience in Unity better, faster, stronger or they could just keep us amused.

check out:-unity pro 5.6 game making software | Highly compressed |

  1. Don’t reinvent the wheel, use the built-in engine tools When working on any engine, as Unity or Unreal Engine, some developers, mainly coming from a computer science field, can have a tendency to head down and start working on huge algorithms or structures without knowing if they already exist in the engine.

I have in mind examples of developers trying to recreate Unity’s animator, or even a basic pathfinding system!

Of course, even when knowing the engine, writing your own tools so they perfectly fit your project can save you a lot of time, and cover the engine’s flaws.

But keep in mind that for a learning game dev, it’s important to be aware of all the possibilities the engine offers. With this knowledge, choose which tools to learn and which ones to create from scratch.

  1. Google is your friend, documentation too Once you start your game production up, you will encounter problems and lack experience in many things. When you do, your first reflex should be to look into the documentation (Check out Unity’s and Unreal’s). Engines documentation might be thick but are really helpful. It can answer most of your questions about the engine’s components, give you access to the API documentation, help you pin down a specific syntax, and most of all it can help you put words on a problem you have.

All this in order to call out our best friend: Google!

No matter what inquiry you have, you will find someone that already asked it and was given an answer. It’s a real development booster to be able to find solutions to any problems you have!

  1. Share your experience with others Another great source of help and inspiration is of course other creatives, from your surroundings or on the internet. Indeed, game development as many other activities can take so many forms and projects that you’ll always have something to learn.

So, to maximize your learning process, nourish yourself from others’ experiences and failures.

Share your work. At least, you’ll have a nice conversation and at best you’ll learn ways to improve you current and future work. read more

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how do i go about tinkering with the unity engine to turn it into a custom engine to my liking? submitted by theoldones to programming

ram148280 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

3 tips every Unity developer should know When working on any engine, as Unity or Unreal Engine, some developers, mainly coming from a computer science field, can have a tendency to head down and start working on huge algorithms or structures without knowing if they already exist in the engine.

we will present an assortment of tips and tricks to use while working with Unity. These tips and tricks could make our experience in Unity better, faster, stronger or they could just keep us amused.

check out:-unity pro 5.6 game making software | Highly compressed |

  1. Don’t reinvent the wheel, use the built-in engine tools When working on any engine, as Unity or Unreal Engine, some developers, mainly coming from a computer science field, can have a tendency to head down and start working on huge algorithms or structures without knowing if they already exist in the engine.

I have in mind examples of developers trying to recreate Unity’s animator, or even a basic pathfinding system!

Of course, even when knowing the engine, writing your own tools so they perfectly fit your project can save you a lot of time, and cover the engine’s flaws.

But keep in mind that for a learning game dev, it’s important to be aware of all the possibilities the engine offers. With this knowledge, choose which tools to learn and which ones to create from scratch.

  1. Google is your friend, documentation too Once you start your game production up, you will encounter problems and lack experience in many things. When you do, your first reflex should be to look into the documentation (Check out Unity’s and Unreal’s). Engines documentation might be thick but are really helpful. It can answer most of your questions about the engine’s components, give you access to the API documentation, help you pin down a specific syntax, and most of all it can help you put words on a problem you have.

All this in order to call out our best friend: Google!

No matter what inquiry you have, you will find someone that already asked it and was given an answer. It’s a real development booster to be able to find solutions to any problems you have!

  1. Share your experience with others Another great source of help and inspiration is of course other creatives, from your surroundings or on the internet. Indeed, game development as many other activities can take so many forms and projects that you’ll always have something to learn.

So, to maximize your learning process, nourish yourself from others’ experiences and failures.

Share your work. At least, you’ll have a nice conversation and at best you’ll learn ways to improve you current and future work. read more