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So long, Brackeys, and thanks for all the gamedev tutorials!

, 10월 2, 2020

The amazing Brackeys is closing up shop. This team of legends is moving on to other endeavors, and we want to express our gratitude for their contributions to the Unity community. Thanks for inspiring a global legion of developers!

If you ever searched for “How to do x in Unity,” chances are you were directed to a tutorial by Brackeys on YouTube. Over the last eight years, Brackeys has created 460 tutorials that have been watched more than 127 million times! They hosted some of the largest game jams, attended industry events to connect with the gamedev community, and helped innumerable game developers get started on their learning journey. 

In Brackeys’ latest video, the team shared the news that they were discontinuing the channel. Over the years, the team has shared feedback with us to help us improve the Unity engine, and they have been tireless advocates for accessible learning resources. They have participated in Unity events sleep-deprived and jet-lagged, but with the best of attitudes. In short, the entire Brackeys team put smiles on our faces in every meeting we had together. 

Brackeys has many devoted followers and has inspired developers to produce their own tutorials. Sebastian Lague and Jabrils, among many other creators, stopped by the comment section of the last video to say their goodbyes and thanks. Sebastian says, “Thanks for the years of great content; doubtless the videos you’ve made will continue to help and inspire people for many more years to come.” And Jabrils notes, “He inspired many to not only start learning game dev but to make tutorials! Thank you, you Legend!”

Brackeys has been an incredible partner of Unity, and it’s been an honor to work with them over the years. Asbjørn, Andreas, Sofia, Thea and Jasper: Best of luck to you all, and thank you for being such an incredible crew to work with! 

If Brackeys has inspired you or helped you along your game development journey, please share your Brackeys moment with us or show your appreciation in the comments below.

36 replies on “So long, Brackeys, and thanks for all the gamedev tutorials!”

Thanks to Brackets, I started learning PHP and how to use Brackets software editor (he was 15yrs old?). Later I juped to Unity from Unreal and Brackets became Brackeys. Fast Unity video content was perfect. I asked and recommend Unity for making videos about new features. Thx Unity for sponsoring content with them. Knowing Unity’s new features were very important. Thx Brackets Team, the content was super awesome!

long story short. He wanted to do other things that may or may not involve programming. He wanted to discover new horizons.

Best wishes to Brackeys and his team! You cannot imagine how impressive I am when I come across your tutorials on Unity gaming. It’s been 3 years and it’s a journey with a lot of fun. Thank you!

I’m a 15 game developer studying programming and web development in Finland. I just want to say that about 3 years ago when I started 7:th grade… I started to get bullied, but found comfort in making games. I still remember watching the Brackeys FPS game tutorials and getting inspired to make games my self. Now three years later I am happy, studying in the best college, and I’m still making games to this day. Thank’s to the whole Brackeys team for being the best and letting me find my passion… and good luck! <3

I decided to start learning Unity so I could honestly order an Oculus Developer Kit. The first video I watched was his Make A Game tutorial about making a platformer with a ball. “Thanks for tuning in at Brackeys” is a deeply nostalgic phrase for me now. Despite the fact that I stopped developing a while ago I still watched Brackeys videos from time to time just because I enjoyed them so much. He sure picked the right year to quit without warning.

Like everyone else Brackeys was one of the first tutorials I came across many years ago around the time Unity 5 was going to appear. Thanks to the team and we wish them all the best for the future.

So long and thanks for all the fish!

Justin and the Nonagon Three Team.

I’m a beginner and I’ve got inspired and drove to game development world because of him. Thank you very much for everything you have done so far in our lives. U guys are legend.

Well every time i am searching for a solution or anything at Unity and how i can do it Brackeys show me the solution in very simple way and also i can improve it buy my own way
From my Button of my heart i want to say thank you Brackeys For everything you give us the society of Unity specially Asbjørn

Thank you very much for the inspiration from his video. Unfortunately, no one in China has been able to localize his videos. It takes too much time and energy to learn technology in non-English speaking countries than native English speakers!

Hey,

It is obvious to say anyone learning Unity in these recent years has taken their first step towards Game Development with Brackeys. And there is no lie that we all have made the legend “Cubethon” once in our entire Game Dev journey. As it’s already mentioned in the blog that every video you search for Unity, you will get your answer mostly ending with Brackeys video. That’s what we all feel like standing under a common shed and sharing the knowledge at it’s best.

Brackeys has never been just a mentor but a man with a smile who uplifts others in their journey. We all have undoubtedly gained a good connection with the man and the team, so that being said me and my team VOiD1 Gaming given a small tribute to our favourite man who made it all possible.

I would love it if the community could check and appreciate the amount of love and respect we have for Brackeys. Check here at – https://www.void1gaming.com/post/thankyoubrackeys

Brackeys has been a God send, a true inspiration in creating fun and games development.wishing you all the very best in all your endeavours.congratulations! on your next project keep it up.

Brackeys has made a huge impact on 3D work at NASA, at least on my team. Thank you guys for providing such a wonderful avenue for learning and experiencing Unity development.

I just became interested in game dev, literally the first Brackeys video I watched was the goodbye video. I’m always late to the party, thank goodness it has been documented.

When I first installed Unity, I didn’t start with Brackeys right away, but a few weeks later, he made me love Unity, he’s taught me so much, and for that I’m truly grateful.

My favorite moment was the 2019 Game Jam, it was my first game jam and I enjoyed it a lot, I had a lot of fun making my game even though I didn’t win, but that’s part of the development process.

Good luck team Brackeys! I already miss y’all!

He was my main learning resource before the launch of unity.learn. I owe him and his staff a lot of everything I did in Unity

I just saw that Brackeys is up for an award for Top Programming Guru, so I had to vote for him and the team.
The noonies 2020

noonies.tech/award/top-programming-guru

Today I have been working for a few years with unity and yet I constantly watched the brakeys channel, I have been following it for about 5 years, always clearing up some of my doubts. I currently consider it the best Unity channel, it will be missed.

I decided to start learning Unity so I could honestly order an Oculus Developer Kit. The first video I watched was his Make A Game tutorial about making a platformer with a ball. “Thanks for tuning in at Brackeys” is a deeply nostalgic phrase for me now. Despite the fact that I stopped developing a while ago I still watched Brackeys videos from time to time just because I enjoyed them so much. He sure picked the right year to quit without warning.

Yes they does help us all ,
I expected this blog thank you unity team ,

my journey started when I saw “games made in 48 hours” game jams

then I realized it’s possible to make games independently .

my first thought is coding what language and engine should I learn.

I loved the idea of cross platform futures I thought about Java but decided to use c# with unity and xamarin.

I have watch alot of engines futures back when unity5 was new .

I don’t regret this choice , since then I came across thier tutorials, following it for years, they made it so easy and fun to do .

Along side with documents from unity website and the community’s help now I’m comfortable with making games and inspired me to use my experiences to other maker for my country which lack gaming development .

:)

Good luck for whatever next you do ,

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