New DVD Release! Unreal Development Kit 3 - iOS Mobile Game Production

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More information on the product page here: eat3d.com/udk_mobile

In this DVD Sjoerd "Hourences" De Jong continues his series and goes through the entire production of creating an iOS game using UDK. Sjoerd starts with a blank scene and immediately begins placing custom meshes and then goes into mobile materials, particles, sounds, and fog. Sjoerd then demonstrates setting up the plane, creating a joystick to control the plane, adding speed/fire buttons, creating destroyable ground targets using prefabs, adding a scoring system and time limits, creating the full HUD and compiling the final. Finally Sjoerd goes into great detail demonstrating how his team ported “The Ball” from PC to iOS.

You will also learn from an Unreal Master exactly how to create or port your games to iOS for playing on iphone/ipad devices.

About the Instructor:
Sjoerd “Hourences” De Jong has been working with the Unreal Editor for over 10 years and has worked as titles such as Huxley, Warpath and UT 2004. Sjoerd recently Designed and directed the UT3 mod "The Ball" that has already won a range of awards in some of the world's largest competitions such as the ModDB MOTY and the MakeSomethingUnreal contest. Make sure to check out Sjoerd's website www.hourences.com for free unreal tutorials, books, and personal tutoring.


stevematt89

January 30, 2012 - 5:17pm

What version of UDK were you using at the time of development? The tutorials do not state it as far as I can see, would I be correct to presume that it was August 2011? Great Tutorial!

antonowitch

September 5, 2011 - 7:48pm

Great Tutorial, but for a beginner (me) the pace is sometimes too fast (just pause and rewind Smiling ), I've learned a bunch. TY Greetings Antonowitch

Riki

September 2, 2011 - 1:09pm

iPad 1 probably doesn't have the Gyroscope.

aravindh007

September 2, 2011 - 12:39pm

Why the Project fails to load in Ipad 1st generation?

Riki

September 2, 2011 - 9:41am

You would probably want to check out part 1 to get more familiar with UDK in order to do understand it better, although he does take you step by step and you should be able to follow along either way. No experience with iphone apps is necessary. Smiling

Scythar (not verified)

September 2, 2011 - 9:17am

Is this a course for absolute beginners, or do you need a base knowledge of UDK and/or iphone apps etc... ??

aravindh007

September 2, 2011 - 3:03am

Awesome - Thanks Eat3D