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Unity 3D Game Development by Example by Ryan Henson Creighton

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Walk before you can run (or double jump)

A common mistake that new game developers make is biting off more than they can chew. Even experienced game developers make this mistake when they get really excited about a project, or when they approach a new technology and expect to be immediately proficient at using it. The real danger here is that you'll sit down and try to create your dream let's say it's a sword and sorcery RPG epic that combines all the best parts of Diablo, ChuChu Rocket!, and Microsoft Excel. When you've sunk days and weeks and months into it and it still looks nothing like the game you envisioned, you give up. You figure that since you failed at creating your dream game, you were never really cut out to be a game developer to ...

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