Android Game Development with Godot Engine – Create 5 Games!
$94.99 Track price
ATTENTION (Read carefully!):
This course was originally created and launched in Portuguese, however due to it’s success we decided to bring it to other countries! Therefore, note that all the classes have Portuguese audio with English subtitles! Remember to activate the subtitles in the video player!
Some reviews of the course:
Instructor is fantastic! Don’t be put off by the fact that the instructions are in Portuguese, if you turn captions on, you can follow along perfectly. I’ve advanced more in a few lessons than I did after spending weeks searching for current tutorials on the net. – Juan Aristy
Very good, I’m learning things which will certainly help me a lot in the future! It’s worth it to do the course … – Flavio de Souza Batista
The course is very practical and fast, without ceasing to have a lot of content – Thiago Souza Santos
The instructor is tranquil and objective, which makes the learning easy and productive. – Sergio Biazetto
And many more…
Welcome to the Complete Course of Game Creation for Android!
Have you ever had an idea which would make a great game, but didn’t know how to put it in practice?
Do you dream of working in Game Development?
Then you are in the right place! In this course you will learn everything necessary to create your Games from the beginning!
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9 reviews for Android Game Development with Godot Engine – Create 5 Games!
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Steve MacIntyre –
I’m only at the first Flappy Bird game but the course is very easy to follow and understand. Even though it’s in portuguese, the english translation is very good and I’m having no trouble following along with the tutorials. Another concern I was having was that this is for Godot 2.0, fortunately the changes in code are so minimal, it’s easy to figure them out. The instructor recommends you follow with godot 2.0 but I think if you have some experience with 3, you’ll be able to do it with the newest version. Overall, I’m very happy with the course so far, I’ll update the review when I’m done with it though I’m sure if the rest of the tutorials are as good as the first, it will definitely be worthwhile to try.
Carlos Henrique de Fran a Marques –
Sim, estou gostando bastante e vai me ajudar a desenvolver meu jogo.
Israel Borges –
De certa forma sim, apesar de ainda ter muita teoria em coisas que poderiam ser explicadas de forma mais simples e din mica, no caso da introdu o te rica.
Louis Roberts –
Got a bit of a shock when the speech was in Portuguese, but other people said stay with the course, so I did. The instructors translations are easy to follow and so far I have followed along. I am using a newer version of Godot (3.1.1) and have managed to find most of the settings equivalent than the older version the course was written on.
Carlos Santana –
You do not tittle in English a course in another language, you just don’t, missing that key component of communications makes everything else a alk to the hand issue.
Brandon thom –
its in another language
Don White –
Lots of work to move to Godot 3.1 as quite a bit of syntax has changed however with a little messing around it can be done.
Brenner Musgrave –
The English captions could be better, but the course itself is fine.
Luis Salazar Sibaja –
Esta muy bien explicado, yo estoy usando godot 3.1 algunas cosas cambiaron, pero la escencia sigue siendo la mas correcta. Saludos