Play-to-earn game development – Unity blockchain programming
In this course we are going to develop a Third Person Shooter Play-to-Earn and connect it to the Blockchain. The game is a Hyper-casual one, the main character is controlled by a simple joystick and the objective is to shoot the enemies. As the character moves around, bullets are shot and as the match is over, the player earns crypto-coins based off of his game-performance. This will create a new revenue stream for the esports industry and give players the opportunity to make money while playing their favorite games. The game has a payout system in which the player gets rewarded for playing the game. By doing this, I hope to create a more engaged and interactive gaming experience for my students and ultimately make them more money. Main features of this course: Create the game itself: code the camera system following the player throughout the match, test projectiles and work with colliders, write enemies’ AI involving Nav Mesh automatic path-finding, behavior state spawning mechanic to instantiate the enemies, work with Unity Input System to create a mobile joystick controller, code the player’s controller and understand the usage of animation states, quaternions, vectors and physics to complete a weapon system. I will show how to build automated ETH and BNB transactions, as well as how to construct our own ERC-20 tokens and a Smart Contract to implement a reward system with them. It is not necessary to have advanced programming skills in Unity or Solidity. The training focuses on understanding the relationships between blockchain and our Unity projects. It is then up to each student’s ingenuity to figure out how to use this great tool to create better games with better systems and code. What you will learn: Metamask will be used to create / transfers of ETH/BNB and bespoke ERC20 tokens from the game to users. Solidity Smart Contract game creation and interactivity using Unity Chain Safe SDK programming to unlock the power of web3 games Json. NET is our choice when dealing with serialization: it codes relationships in simple binary form and we will just use it for its rich library Newton Soft. Program a Third-Person-Shooter using a template as a placeholder: this will speed up the development process and will grant us the time to dive deeply into the blockchain subject. Requirements: There is no prior Unity or Solidity programming expertise necessary. However, it is desirable to be familiar with Remix, the Ethereum virtual computer, and the Unity Editor. This course will be simple for you and I will cover everything in detail.