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Welcome to a different kind of video in which I share 6 of my favorite resources that I personally used to learn game development. Though this video was made as part of a collaboration, I truly did rely on each of these channels at different points in my game development journey to get me to where I am today. I do my best to include names and links to the specific pieces of content I learned from along the way!

Hope you enjoy, and big thanks to these awesome creators for taking part in the collab.

0:43 – GameFromScratch
– Why Godot Over Unity or Unreal Engine? |
– Godot 3.2.4 20-30% Faster 2D??? (a more up-to-date Godot update) |

2:10 – GDQuest
– Writing and Loading Conversations in Godot: Dialogue Tutorial 1 |
– Godot Procedural Generation: Free Level Generator Demo |
– Intro to GDScript for Programming Beginners |

3:45 – HeartBeast
– Make an Action RPG in Godot 3.2 |
– I’m Making a Game in 2 Months (with my brother) – Monster Pack Devlog #00 |
– Let’s Pixel – Basic Dungeon Tileset |

5:10 – BornCG
– Blender 2.8 Tutorial #1: Intro for Beginners |
– Let’s Learn Blender! #1: Getting Started for Beginners! |
– Godot 3.2: Let’s Build a 2D Platformer!: Part 1 |

6:35 – KidsCanCode
– Godot 101 – Part 1: Introduction to Godot (For Godot 2.1!) |
– Godot Engine – Know Your Nodes: Tilemap (part 1) |
– Godot Recipe: Minimap UI |
– Gamedev In-depth: Pathfinding Part 5: A* Search |

8:15 – Ask Gamedev
– How to Plan Your Game Development Project |
– 7 Game Design Mistakes to Avoid! |
– Godot Engine – Game Showcase [2020] |

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