[Unity 5] Tutorial: How to create snake 3D in Unity

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  1. Gamad

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    Hello guys and welcome to another unity 5 tutorial!
    In this tutorial we are going to create Sanke 3D

    This is just an introduction, but I hope you guys know what to expect.

    (if you think I should add more to this game, just put it in the comment section ;) )

    I hope you guys like it!

    Also if you got any questions, just ask in the comments!
     
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    I hope I can help some guys with creating a third person camera!
     
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    In this tutorial we are going to create the snake movement.

    I hope you guys like it!
     
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    Part 4 is out!

     
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    How to create snake in unity part 5!!!
     
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    Hello guys and welcome to another tutorial!
    Today we are going to create that you can spawn objects at a random position in a given area.
     

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