I liked the book because it provided a good 'big picture' view of Unity.
What I found distracting were the numerous spelling errors. Read more
Bought in good faith, scripts buggy - which is soul destroying for a beginner - and nowhere to get help.
Not best use of large amount of cash, avoid
Michelle Menard's book is a bit more advanced than Will Goldstone's book. Both of these books played an important part of my continuing education in Unity. Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by MLC
I'd been using Unity 3d for awhile when I got this book. I picked it up as a quick reference because it had a chapter on a piece of code I was writing and I wanted to see how they... Read morePublished on February 1, 2012 by Judy Tyrer
The book itself looked good and exactly what I wanted but the kindle version is useless.
I chose to purchase the kindle version of this book thinking that it would... Read more
Let me start by saying this. If you are publishing a book, please at least use the spell checking function that comes with your word processor. Read morePublished on April 11, 2011 by solo24601
I havent used the book yet. However from looking through it it looks like it is a simple book to walk you through steps of starting the delevopment of a game in a surprisingly... Read morePublished on April 11, 2011 by Malachi E. Maynard