How do i learn C# or UnityScript as a teen?

Hello, i am 15 years old and have ADD and i really wanna learn to make games in unity i’ve played around with unity alot but now i need learn to script in C# or unityscript so i can make games and that is really something i want to do but i am a bit impatience.

Please help me how do i learn C# or unityscript and where? :slight_smile:

And this is my first programming/scripting language i am trying to learn

Sorry if my english is a bad, my main language is danish

Here are some links I strongly suggest to all new users :

Start at the bottom and work up : Unity 3D Student - 3d Modelling

Start at the bottom and work up : Unity 3D Student - 3d Modelling

this is the YouTube link for the above as one playlist : Unity Tutorials - Essentials 00 - Projects - Unity3DStudent.com - YouTube


That is good to get started. Then start with a small tutorial, this is a simple 2D space shooter : Index of /ProofOfConcept_1 : click on the videos part1.mp4 part2,3,4 =]

I found another by Eric : http://wiki.unity3d.com/index.php?title=2DShooter : http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/7883-2D-shooter-tutorial

By then you should be getting the hang of things and starting to have ideas of your own. When you decide what kind of game you want to make, then look at each part you’ll need. For example, if you want to make some terrain then walk around it with a character : CG Cookie | Learn Blender, Online Tutorials and Help - CG Cookie | Learn Blender, Online Tutorials and Feedback

Basically then just search for tutorials, there are many out there, either written or on youtube.

the Unity Wiki tutorials : http://wiki.unity3d.com/index.php/Tutorials

A big list of tutorials : How can I start learning Unity fast? ( List Of Tutorials ) - Unity Answers

A very helpful 'site, all in C# : http://unitygems.com/

Helpful page with information on using Built-In Arrays and Lists (you’ll need this later!) : unifycommunity.com?

The unity wiki link above is very handy with lots of scripts and shaders too (just check out all the links down the left, and the tabs along the top : http://wiki.unity3d.com/index.php/Scripts )

http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/132628-How-to-help-the-Absolute-Beginner

If you know what kind of game you want to make, edit your question and write there what you are thinking of, then there may be a tutorial out there for that, Happy Coding =]

http://www.youtube.com/user/InsurgentXdotcom

Might be a bit hard for someone new. Google some tutorials if so :slight_smile:

American schools are always trying to get Jr. High (14 years old?) students and up interested in Computer Programming. Things like summer programs, or deals to take classes at the Community College. The teachers are fine with someone younger – a lot of the regular students just want to pass to graduate, and don’t want to learn anything. I assume Denmarkian(?) schools are even better at offering programs like that.

Because Unity programming is 99.9% the same as any other programming. Definitely take a look at all the examples you can find. That way, when you see an example in class, you’ll see it totally would solve a problem in your unity program.

I learned C#, as an adult, by downloading the free tools from Microsoft and just trying. I used samples from all over the web to figure things out. That said, I had a fairly solid background in C and C++ before try C#, so YMMV.

As for ADD, try consuming less calories especially those from simple sugars. Helped my family member immensely.

http://walkerboystudio.com/html/unity_training___free__.html

the link above is for absolute beginners.this is really dame cool thing who have less idea in unity and programming. and if you really want to be a good game developer with Unity or anything, something you must remember bellow books(there also more good book ,I just give u some name) and your passion and time must be needed. don’t think you will become dame cool game developer in one day, month or year. Stick with intention . this is your girl fnd ,this is your food , this is your world and nobody can take this from you.

Effective C++,

more effective c++,

Introduction to Algorithms: Thomas H. Cormen,

Programming Game AI by Example,

The OpenGL Programming Guide (The Red Book),

3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development (Wordware Game Math Library)

" And this is the beginning of endless world "

print(“GOOD LUCK”);

If you don’t mind buying an ebook, I highly recommend this http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-C-Joes-2-Pros-ebook/dp/B004JN0GA8/ref=sr_1_15?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1391715575&sr=1-15&keywords=c%23