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Using the Unity native 2D tools, you will learn how to make a small “Shoot’Em Up” (abbreviated to shmup thereafter) with this tutorial.

The result will be a lot like this demo:

(Click on the image to play)

With time and work you can make a game like Steredenn. We actually use the code of the tutorial in our game!

We will focus on a shmup with an horizontal scrolling. However, if this tutorial does its job correctly, you’ll understand how to extend the code to many other genres.

The assets, gameplay and original idea come from the game The Great Paper Adventure. Damien created this game a few years ago using XNA. When we started this tutorial, we thought it was a perfect material to explain Unity.

Unity3D is a popular and complete solution to create multiplatform video games. This tutorial assumes that you are at least a bit familiar with a programming language. Knowing the tools and the engine is a plus, but is not necessary.

This tutorial is made with the Unity 5 Personal Edition (free) version.

If you’d rather watch this tutorial than read it, then have a look at Jay Jennings’s work from Game Dev Nation.

Notice: the “Making animations with Unity 2D” chapters have not been converted yet.

Get more information about our licenses on GitHub.

The source code is available on our GitHub repository.

If you find a typo, a mistake or a misspelling, let us know on our twitter. You can also contact us by mail.

If you want further informations about a specific topic, or a clarification on a chapter, we would be happy to hear you.

Finally, you can follow us on twitter if you like what we do. 🙂

This tutorial is mainly redacted by Damien, and edited by Matthieu. We hope you will enjoy it.

So, are you ready? Let’s dive into Unity!