Speed 2D Level Design in Unity5

Discussion in 'Game Design' started by flatingo, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. flatingo

    flatingo New Member

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    For me, design is an important part in creating games. I'm not a cool designer, but I decided to make a video about how I do it. I love Unity.

    I see graphics and game design from indie developers and it does not always look beautiful and aesthetically. Levels are empty, simple or do not have their own style.
    I hope you will be fun and enjoy my video. Enjoy watching.


     
    #1 flatingo, Aug 3, 2017
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    I really like your design, personally. It's simplistic yet so pleasing to eye, and definetly innovative. Keep up with the great work!
     
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    Hello, my name is Zachary Carey, and I need a level designer for a side-scrolling puzzle platformer based around manipulating gravity. Add me on Skype if you're interested in working with me.
    My Skype name is: asdficecreampotatochipscow

    But it should appear as zmix Animations when you search for it.
     
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    Thank you
     

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