Creating Storytelling Games with Fungus & Unity 3D @ Women Techmakers

Gordon House, , Barrow St , Dublin 4, Dublin
Sat, 25th Jul 2015 09:30 till 17:30

Workshop details Beginners


Women Techmakers

Women Techmakers will start the day by a show and tell, followed by workshops/code labs covering many technologies and for different level.

Creating Storytelling Games with Fungus & Unity 3D.

No previous experience with Unity 3D or programming is required.

Participants must

  • bring their own laptop
  • should have the latest free versions of Unity 3D and Fungus installed.

This introductory course will provide participants with the knowledge and practice they need to create a fun 2D interactive storytelling game in Unity 3D.

Learning outcomes

On completion of this course participants will have all the necessary knowledge to create a storytelling game in Unity 3D complete with colorful backgrounds, props & characters, branching storylines, music and sound effects and camera pans in Fungus.

Course Content

This course will cover:

  • An introduction to Unity 3D
  • Exploring the storytelling features in Fungus
  • Creating a storytelling game from scratch
  • Deploying your game on the web & other platforms


Useful resources

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Thank you

Google Developer Group (GDG) Dublin for Partnership

GDG Dublin is one of the many developer groups in Dublin. The group has a broad scope, covering issues from cloud to mobile and everything in between; while the group does have some bias towards the many innovative technologies developed by Google, the group is generally very open - this manifests in terms of interest in alternative and complementary technologies to those offered by Google, technologies which are not Google specific (eg HTML5) and engaging with other companies.

fungus-games for Partner

Fungus Games

Fungus is an extension for Unity 3D for creating fun story based games. It's a great tool for learning the basics of programming and also for creating professional quality story games.

Fungus is a free open source library and is fully compatible with the free version of Unity 3D.

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Q. A lot of our events are female-friendly events, we have enquiries asking if other genders are welcome as well?

YES. You are welcome. Events we run or partner in are diversity friendly.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at

What do I bring?

You must

  • bring their own laptop
  • should have the latest free versions of Unity 3D and Fungus installed.


Refunds (Only applicable if this is a PAID event)

Full refunds until 24 hours before the event.

If there are not enough people signed up to the event, I will be in touch to refund you.

If you have any other questions

You can contact Vicky Twomey-Lee by emailing


Chris Gregan

Chris Gregan has worked in the games industry for 13 years. He previously founded the Irish office for San Francisco based PlayFirst Inc., and has Chief Architect credits on chart topping mobile games including the hit Diner Dash franchise. He advocates for making game development accessible to everybody and is the author of Fungus, a free open source tool for easily creating storytelling games in Unity 3D.

Paul McGrath

Paul McGrath is an animator & filmmaker, most recently he has combined those skills to branch into narrative storytelling games. He has directed and produced award winning animation shorts, documentary shorts and features. Paul has taught animation in Ballyfermot, Colaiste Dhulaigh & Dun Laoghaire but luckily escaped many years ago to set up Whackala, where he now develops documentaries, animation IP and fiction projects.

Ronan Pearce

Ronan Pearce is an experienced programmer of games creation and data quality software tools. Currently freelancing as a software consultant, he was the Senior Director of Engineering in PlayFirst Inc. and a co-founder of Similarity Systems and Instinct Technology. He is also a mentor in the Roscommon Coder-Dojo, where he works with young people learning to use Fungus and Scratch.


Vicky Twomey-Lee || +353 86 150 2003 ||

About Coding Grace

Coding Grace are a group of developers based in Ireland who love to code and do other geeky and not necessarily crafty activities. Some of us code full-time, or just for fun (or both). We have people who are part of other technical user groups such as Dublin ALT.NET, GameCraft, Python Ireland, Ruby Ireland and more…
We provide female-friendly workshops and events in an environment for developers and aspiring developers mentored by majority female instructors.
We aim to provide a support network for people from all backgrounds and hope our outreach will help bring those who are interested in code development together and learn from one another.