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    Nice find Warzard; I love working through tutorials but with all of the quality resources online I wouldn't suggest paying for one.

    If you already have the basic understanding of programming you may just want to start with Unity's tutorials. They're free and rather good for learning the basics in Unity.

    Just so you know: Some of the older ones have code that doesn't work properly (due to the Unity 5 update), but they all can be made to work and it's good troubleshooting practice. Whichever way you decide to go, good luck.

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    Cool! Thanks Chii. I still need a new PC or laptop(my main one is 14 years old, but still kicking). It still might work for this.
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    1 members found this post helpful.
    Udemy has quality classes. Well some of them and it's not like it costs much. But yes Unity does have tutorials too.

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