Unity is the market leader when it comes to enthusiasts wanting to create their own games, whether it's 2D and 3D. It's a great place to start for beginners. And it's free!
Before downloading Unity, though, it's a good idea to get a coding editor installed, as Unity doesn't come with one built in. Our tutorials use Visual Studio Community edition, which is by Microsoft. If you've been doing our C# or VB courses, then you already have VS installed. In which case, you can go straight to the Unity download. If you haven't, then you can download VS here:
It's a hefty download, however. A great alternative is Visual Studio Code, also by Microsoft, and available for Windows, Linux and Mac. You can get it here:
Once you download your coding editor, you need Unity itself. Go to this page and grab yourself the software.
Once you've downloaded a coding editor and Unity, you're good to go! Click the link below to get started: