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© 2017

Learn Unity 2017 for iOS Game Development

Create Amazing 3D Games for iPhone and iPad

Benefits

  • Build, debug and test a Unity iOS game

  • Process touch, accelerometer and gyroscope input

  • Promote your app and track its revenue

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  • 14k Downloads

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 1-14
  3. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 15-54
  4. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 55-98
  5. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 99-129
  6. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 131-154
  7. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 155-188
  8. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 189-224
  9. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 225-252
  10. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 253-278
  11. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 279-299
  12. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 301-325
  13. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 327-355
  14. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 357-371
  15. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 373-416
  16. Allan Fowler, Philip Chu
    Pages 417-431
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 433-440

About this book

Introduction

Discover how to use Unity with Xcode to create fun, imaginative 3D games for iPhone and iPad. This book shows you how to optimize your game for both speed and quality, how to test and profile your game, and how to get the most out of your iOS device features, including the gyroscope and accelerometer.

You'll also learn how to incorporate the latest Game Center improvements in iOS into your game, how to make sure your game gets into the App Store, and even how to promote your app and track revenue.

Unity is an incredibly powerful and popular game creation tool, and Unity 5 brings even more great features, including Mecanim animation. If you have a great 3D game idea, and you want to make it a reality in the App Store, then Learn Unity 5 for iOS Game Development has exactly what you need.

Keywords

graphics programming game programming Unity 5 iOS mobile app development

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.MariettaUSA
  2. 2.Apt 110Huntington BeachUSA

About the authors

Allan Fowler is currently a professor of software engineering and game development at Kennesaw State University and is a former senior lecturer in game design at Waiariki Institute of Technology. Allan managed a multinational research project which involved investigating the use of a free game development tool for children called Kodu Game Lab. This award winning research received considerable attention from the local, national and International media. In his spare time Allan teaches martial arts, is a keen armature photographer, and makes video games.

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