Unity 5 Online Video Course: Memory Game

In this tutorial series you will learn how to create a memory game from scratch in Unity 5.6

In this Unity Video Course you will learn how to create your own Memory Game or Matching Game using the Unity Game Engine & Inkscape for the Grafics. For the functionality we write C# Code in Monodevelop.


  • You will learn the basics how you can create the cards on your own using Inkscape. You can also use any other software.


  • You will learn to create a new 2D Project in Unity and setup everything needed
  • I will show you how you can setup the playfield and organize it using the Canvas System which requires Unity 4.6+


  • We will put in functionality with scripts using Monodevelop and C# (you can also use Visual Studio)
  • Also we implement a Timer, Score, Turns and a Combo System for more User Experience

As a result of this course you should be able to create your own level with different sizes and cards for your Memory Game.

Level: Beginner
Video Course Length: ~3hours
Unity Version required: 4.6+

Get the course for only $9.99 by following this Link: http://bit.ly/2k9OSVn

Unity Particle System Tutorial: Circles with Code

If you have read my other Unity Particle System Tutorial: Circle Motion you might have noticed doing all that stuff by hand can take some minutes. Also you need to calculate every point beforehand.

The cool thing about using code is you can use a frequency(a repeatrate) and even a amplitude (the value height -1.0f,1.0f). So you can easy enter a frequency of 100 so you will 100 cicles without touching the curves by hand which saves alot time. also you could increment amplitude over time or change to your needs to create tornados or other shapes. So accuracy and usability are the most important key features in terms of coding, which you might not be able to provide by hand.

Here is the tutorial: Unity Particle System Tutorial: Circles with Code