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After comparing Sams Teach Yourself, Unity Game Development in 24 Hours and Building a Game with Unity and Blender these two books, I finally decided to select the latter as the successor to Unity’s official tutorial “TANKS!” and the first official ebook for me to formally and systematically learn Unity game development. The reason is simple: this book is very thin (with only 250 pages); there is only one game development case throughout the entire book, and the game is of type A-RGP that I urgently need to learn about.