To help both aspiring and experienced developers, designers, artists – any game industry professional – get the most out of their tools and learn new development techniques, we’ve launched a new tutorials section on the Develop website.
The page will be updated weekly with numerous tutorials for game dev, both in written form and video. The aim is to provide a hub for learning new tools and techniques, as well as offering development advice.
Check out the tutorials section itself here. Also keep a look out for tags at the bottom of each page that we’ll keep updated as more tutorials are published, providing easier navigation to your area of expertise and preferred tools.
We’ve kicked off the section with over ten tutorials, including a guide to creating game audio with Creating a 2D side-scroller in Unreal Engine 4, a beginner’s guide to Construct 2, adding sound effects in Unity 5, a guide to Twine and how to make a game with no experience.
Got any tutorials for game development of your own you’d like to share on Develop? Then contact deputy editor Craig Chapple at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re also always on the lookout for industry writers on Develop. Got an opinion on the industry? Advice on the best ways to run a studio? Tips on how to get into games? Want to write about experience in the industry? Have an idea for writing something else entirely? Then let us know!
Here’s a list of the first tutorials for you to check out:
Creating a 2D side-scroller in Unreal Engine 4
Adding sound effects in Unity 5
Make a game with no experience – Part 1: Writing your first code
A guide to creating game audio with FMOD Studio for UE4
Getting started with 2D animation tool Spriter
Getting started with GameGuru
Creating a simple sprite in App Game Kit 2
A beginner’s guide to Construct 2
Mixamo and Unity advanced Mecanim animation
A guide to Twine
How to make your characters stand out
10 things you didn’t know you can do with Unreal Engine 4
10 things you didn’t know you could do with Unity