Your courses are expensive for my country. Do you offer discounts?
Yes, we offer regional discounts ranging from 20% to 50% off, depending on your location.
We offer discounts for all Latin and Central America, Africa, the Great Middle East, Eastern Europe, and a fair part of Asia.
This works with a coupon you will get automatically at checkout. Add the courses to your cart, and at checkout, you will be offered a coupon in the top-right corner of the page.
Be sure to copy-paste the coupon in the field and click "apply coupon." The price should update with the discount applied.
Note that if you use a VPN, the coupon may not appear. Also, if you are experiencing issues, we can arrange a payment via PayPal that takes the discount into account. You just have to contact us.
How often do you release updates?
While we have a course in early access, we release a content update for it every month, or even twice a month.
We also try to fix bugs as soon as possible. We make small improvements and fixes more often when people reported a specific issue in a lesson.
What are the licenses for your source code?
All our Godot examples and demos are under the MIT license. The assets, like sprites, textures, audio files, and 3D models, are under the CC by attribution 4.0 license.
Can I pay with PayPal?
Sure! This is a manual process at the moment.
To pay via PayPal, please:
- The course or list of courses you want to buy
- Your account's email
- Your country of residence
I will send you a link to pay via PayPal. Once paid, you will get access to the course within two business days.
If you would like an invoice, please also let me know in your message.
Which course should I start with?
Here is a ranking of our courses by difficulty.
- Create your first 2D game with Godot.
- Godot VFX secrets.
- Godot shader secrets.
- Code a professional 3D character with Godot.
- Code a 2D platform game character with Godot.
- Godot 2D secrets.
- Godot PCG secrets.
You can find free sample lessons in every course to get a sense of the difficulty and the teaching style.
If you have no programming experience, I recommend you follow the official getting started guide, which I was hired to write. It will get your feet wet, you'll get to create both a 2D and a 3D game, and it's completely free.
If you're a developer already and have some foundations with Godot, you may like Godot 2D Secrets. It's a course that dives straight into intermediate to advanced-level topics.
Can I buy a course and upgrade to a bundle later?
Sure! And you will only have to pay the difference between what you already paid the bundle's total cost.
Will you make more 3D tutorials?
Sure! We want to do more 3D, but we decided to wait for Godot 4.0 to be closer to release before making too much 3D content.
The reason is that Godot 4 is getting a lot of cleanup on the 3D side and a new rendering engine. Some of the interface and the workflow are changing in consequence. So we would rather wait for it to be available before spending months creating courses.