What's the best place for tutorials & other learning resources for unity3d?
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In addition to the documentation and the unity forums, I recommend the Unity question & answer site:
There's a giant community wiki of tutorials and resources on Unity's answer's site:
I've just started following these in my own learning, and found them to be top notch, tons of videos already added:
I've been following a free video tutorial series by the "Tornado Twins" on YouTube. It's turned out to be a really excellent series that covers quite a lot over the course of writing a simple 3d adventure game. I would highly recommend this to others.
Also at Keyframe's recommendation I've also started following the 2.5D video series at 3dBuzz but while I'm finding it informative I'm not a fan of their presentation style as there's a lot of fluff and something that could be presented in 10 minutes takes 20 minutes with all the idle chit chat. But still very helpful.
Unity has it's own excellent documentation: http://unity3d.com/support/documentation/
When I was learning Unity, the most helpful thing was going through the Lerpz tutorial (http://unity3d.com/support/resources/tutorials/3d-platform-game), but then (and probably even more helpful) going through the FPS Shooter tutorial (http://unity3d.com/support/resources/tutorials/fpstutorial).
Going through those two tutorials helped immensely, more than any other tutorials, and even the Unity Development book.
I have a brand new Unity 4 course I put together for beginners on Udemy called Anyone Can Learn to Make a Game. https://www.udemy.com/unity-tutorial/
The unity forums also contain a wealth of information. You'll be hard pressed, starting out, to come up with questions that others before you didn't have as well, and it's a pretty helpful bunch overthere.