Unreal Engine 5 Release | The State of Unreal 2022 Keynote Presentation

In this keynote, we explore what you can expect to find in the release—and why it’s going to be a game-changer for the industry. Want to learn more about Unreal Engine 5? Download the release for free, and explore the new features, sample projects, and learning resources:



Unreal Engine 5 is now available!

This Early Access build of Unreal Engine 5 is not production-ready, but this is where, for the first time, you can get your hands on Unreal 5 to try out the new features such as Nanite and Lumen

You will need a powerful PC to run it, as these systems are designed for next gen systems such as PS5.

There is also a demo project to download which showcases the new features. But be aware it is almost 100GB in size!

Check out reviews by other Youtubers:

Have fun trying out the much anticipated update to Unreal


10,000 free Megascans with Unreal Engine 4.24!

Quixel, creator of the world’s largest photogrammetry 2D and 3D asset library, has joined the Epic Games family, and we’re making the entire Quixel Megascans library of more than 10,000 high-quality, production-ready assets free for all use with Unreal Engine!

This is great news for the Unreal Engine, that has now released version 4.24 available to download for free that comes with amazing free assets that will change the look of games in the near future. Not only does it support real time raytracing, but now photorealistic environments!

The movie “The Lion King” utilized the megascans library to bring the impressive 3D world to life. Now you can create your own worlds that look just as impressive

THE LION KING – Featuring the voices of JD McCrary as Young Simba and Shahadi Wright Joseph as Young Nala, Disney’s “The Lion King” is directed by Jon Favreau. In theaters July 19, 2019. © 2019 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

They can be imported directly into Unreal Engine using the bridge tool and it is then just a case of drag and drop to add to your world.

Download Unreal today:

Or visit the Unreal blog to find out more:

Game Design

A beginner’s guide to creating a complete 2D video game


Discover how easy it is to make a game using Visual coding

By the end of this series you will have the experience and knowledge to design your own games.

You will also have a finished 2D video game which is yours to use for free and you can add extra levels and other items to it.

You will also have the basic knowledge of coding, allowing you to move onto more challenging game engines such as Unity or Unreal.


This course is aimed at beginners who have no experience of game design or coding. All you need is a computer and an Internet connection. We are using the Stencyl game engine which is free to download

In this series you will be creating a complete 2D video game with 6 levels, an end of level boss fight, a main menu, a level select screen and level accomplishments. 

You will learn using an easy to use free game engine which uses visual drag and drop coding.

You will learn the basics of game coding with things like:

  • attributes
  • events
  • conditional statements
  • custom functions
  • creating a graphical user interface


Are you ready to become a video game designer?

Enroll now by clicking on the link below and let’s begin

Play the game on itch.io:


3D Animation

3D Animation using Unity Timeline


Learn 3D animation like a professional using Unity Timeline with this comprehensive guide

What you’ll learn:

  • Animate like a professional
  • Master the Unity Timeline
  • Create realistic looking scenes for your animations
  • Add post processing effects to give your animations a AAA quality feel
  • Save out your animations as video files
  • Learn how to create 3D animations in Unity without using coding

Join the realtime revolution at Unity 3D, which now has the ability to render out broadcast quality 3D animations in realtime! That’s right, no more waiting for hours or even days to render out that 30 second animation!

I will be showing you step by step how to use the Unity 3D engine to achieve the following:

  • Import free 3D characters and props from the Unity asset store
  • Create a realistic 3D backdrop for your animation
  • Modify your main characters (Troll and Knight)
  • Add post processing effects to give the animation a professional quality look
  • Animate a 30 second sequence of the Knight and Troll fighting using the Timeline, which doesn’t require any coding whatsoever!!
  • I will show you how to cut between cameras to switch shots
  • I will show you how to create over ride animations for individual body parts
  • I will show you how to create slow motion sequences
  • Finally we will be exporting the 30 second animation out as a video file (either .mp4 or .webm)

You will develop the skills in this series which will alow you to go on to create your own 3D animated movies in Unity and export them as videos to share online.

It is also useful for people wanting to learn how to create animated cut scenes for games (But remember, this is not a game design course, it focuses only on animation)

I am also here to help, so if you get stuck, or want to know more, drop me a message in the Q & A section and I will get back to you ASAP 

So, if you want to be an animator, enroll today and I look forward to seeing you in the course

I am offering the course for you at 94% off, Click the button below to find out more: