Wondering how to make a game for beginners using the Unity engine? Great! The Official Guide to Your First Day in Unity is a Unity beginner tutorial series that shows you all the basics — from the Unity download step to modding, playing, and sharing your playable game in as little as 30 minutes!
In this fifth Unity tutorial, we introduce you to the Adding a Prefab In-Editor Tutorial (formerly titled “Adding Stuff”). Doing the In-Editor Tutorials is the best way to learn Unity for total beginners! In this In-Editor Tutorial, you will continue to change your game using more Scene view tools. You’ll learn how to create a prefab in Unity by instantiating (cloning/spawning) one. You will instantiate a prefab, then add it to your scene, and move, rotate and scale it.
Check out all of the videos from The Official Guide to Your First Day in Unity here: https://ole.unity.com/firstdayinunity
BONUS! Save the date for our upcoming online Unity game jam for beginners, hosted by experts, and fun for all: http://bit.ly/yfgj-fps-yfdiu
P.S. If your screen doesn’t look exactly the same as what you see in the video, that’s OK, you can always view the latest text version of the Unity In-Editor Tutorial here: https://learn.unity.com/tutorial/beginner-walkthroughs