Pay What You Want for this Unity Game Development Bundle

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Today's highlighted offer comes via our Online Courses section of the Neowin Deals store, where for a limited time you can Pay What You Want for the Unity Game Development Bundle. Become an expert developer of 2D and 3D games with this 37-hour bundle.

Unlock the following courses with a bid over the average price:

  • Master Unity Game Development: Ultimate Beginner's Bootcamp
    Learn Unity & C# by Creating a 3D Multi-Level Platformer Game

  • The Complete HTML5 Mobile Game Development Course
    Use the Phaser HTML5 Framework & JavaScript Technologies to Build Cross-Platform Games

  • Augmented Reality Game Development
    Mix the Real World with Your Game's Using This Futuristic Technology

  • Learn Unity AI By Making a Tank Game
    Learn Artificial Intelligence, Use the Star Algorithm, & Code in C#

Pay What You Want (as little as $1) for the unlocked course:

  • Learn to Code By Building 6 Games In The Unreal Engine
    Create Games From Scratch Using the Popular Game Engine, Unreal 4

What's the deal?

  • The bundle represents an overall retail value of $999.
  • Bid the average price or over and you'll take home the entire bundle.
  • Beat the Leader's price and get entered into the epic giveaway,

Pay What You Want for this Unity Development Bundle


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