Published on November 16, 2016 by Unity

Watch this video in context on the official Unity learn pages –
www.unity3d.com/learn/tutorials/topics/scripting/quiz-game-intro-and-setup

In this live training session we will look at creating a multiple choice quiz game. We will create the core game loop – timer, score, win and lose states. We will also show code architecture best practices – keeping data and logic separate, and how to structure a game in a way that makes it easy to maintain and extend. We will look at some of the ways we can extend this in session two.

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30 Comments on "Quiz Game – Intro and Setup [1/8] Live 2016/11/14"

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marc cournoyer
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marc cournoyer
14 days 5 hours ago

Just addded french subtitles for those frenchies wondering if they could follow this tutorial session! I will translate the others soon! Enjoy! 😉 🙂

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15 days 54 minutes ago

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15 days 55 minutes ago

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15 days 55 minutes ago

i only use unity

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15 days 56 minutes ago

it was a awesome video

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15 days 57 minutes ago

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15 days 57 minutes ago

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BenJoe72
22 days 2 hours ago

I started working on a data-heavy game like moths ago and I used a starting "persistent" scene as well to keep the persistent data. Good stuff…are you spying on me? 😛

Yassir Amry
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Yassir Amry
23 days 16 hours ago

Can i suggest something? I really want to help captioning and translating the video, but would you like to create the English caption/subtitle first so we (translators) can translate it faster?By the way, as non native English speaker, i am not so confident in my listening skill, but pretty sure my "passive" English is good enough. So if there is English subtitle available, it surely will fasten the work.Thanks btw for the video.

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