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Wanted to make a game in this style but in a much simpler way.

I thought about making this game on unity, is it the best way? is there a tutorial to recommend me?

Do you know any program (or prefabs) that already has things ready for me to customize?

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Hi there, I don't know if GDSE is the right place to ask about what to use/how to start that. That aside, I think the best way to approach it is by looking what the core gameplay is. What do you do as a player, then write steps that you can program one by one. I'd focus on getting something working, then polish it later. (just working on it will teach you new things, which make the polishing easier/better later). \$\endgroup\$ – D.Kallan Jan 11 at 4:47
  • \$\begingroup\$ There is no best way to create a game. Just the way which works best for you. There are countless technology stacks to choose from, and which one you decide to learn is a personal decision. \$\endgroup\$ – Philipp Jan 11 at 10:12
  • \$\begingroup\$ I'd recommend starting simpler. If you dive straight into making a complex game (and yes, the one you picked is more complex than you might expect), you'll have a lot of struggles and false starts before you get to anything playable, which can quickly burn out new learners. Accept that your first game or even your first 10 games won't be your dream game, and start with something super simple like Pong or Breakout to help you pick up the basics. You can find lots of tutorials for these in any engine/framework of your choice, helping you try different tools to find what works for you. \$\endgroup\$ – DMGregory Jan 11 at 13:13

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