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Learn to develop games for $20 during our New Year, New You Sale

Learn to develop games for $20 during our New Year, New You Sale

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A lot of us love playing video games, and that can often get in the way of doing what society considers to be more “important” matters like doing homework or doing actual professional work. If you’re looking to bridge that gap for yourself or for a loved one, then classes in video game development might be the perfect solution, and with the prolific world of e-learning, there are a lot of options you could consider. 

New Year’s is coming up, and it’s a time for resolutions, which is another reason why an e-learning experience might work as a great gift to yourself or a loved one. We recommend the 2022 Premium Learn Game Development Bundle, which is on sale for just $20 (reg. $970) during our special New Year Sale. The bundle features six courses and nearly 1,000 lessons on how to pursue a career in video game development, and on how to use pivotal software and programs like C#, Unity, Unreal, and Blender. 

Among the bundle’s many highly rated courses, the Complete C# Unity Game Developer 2D Online Course has earned an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars from students for its ability to teach them how to create video games using Unity. In it, you will actually work with the program and code your first five 2D video games that can be played on the web, Macs, and PCs. 

Another popular course is the Complete Blender Creator 2.8, which teaches beginners the basics of 3D modeling in Blender. You can use the insights you get from this course to create better-looking video games and to learn how to 3D print real objects. 

Grab the 2022 Premium Learn Game Development Bundle while it’s on sale for just $20 (reg. $970) during our special New Year, New You sale — no coupon needed.

Prices subject to change. 

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