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After selecting Building a Game with Unity and Blender for me to formally learn to use Unity to develop my own ARPG-like game, I also selected Building an FPS Game with Unity as the second tutorial book to be read, with which I intended to try to develop a FPS-like game of my own too. But the latter is not to develop the game itself, but to further learn to use Unity and apply the newly acquired skills to the development of my games as much as possible.