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CopperCube is an editor for creating 3D games and apps without programming using a simple drag and drop approach, it’s worth noting that it supports scripting for advanced users. The software is developed by  Ambiera, applications created with CopperCube are suitable for use on Windows, Mac, Android as well as embedding it in websites using either WebGL or Adobe Flash.

Learning CoperCube would be very helpful for anyone willing to start developing games and doesn’t have any prior knowledge of any programming, it’s also helpful for teachers who want to create simple educational games/apps, Learning it would also be helpful for children to understand the logic behind creating a game and getting them into programming.

The aim of this post is to present and compare between free online sources that beginners can rely on to learn CoperCube, the sources stated here are full-structured courses that beginners can follow along.

If you just want the bottom line (the road map to learn CoperCube) and you don’t wish to read the entire article then go to the “Bottom Line” section at the end of the article.

Getting Started with CoperCube online from Scratch

Ambiera Website

Ambiera Website is the first free online outlet where beginners can start learning CopperCube through a text-based tutorial, you don’t have to register to have access to the training.

Structure: The training is divided into 18 sections, each section is divided into lesson/lessons and each of the lessons covers a certain tool/technique in CopperCube.

Interface: The interface is very simple, just select the lesson you’re interested in from the side menu and you’ll be directed to the page where the training resides.

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Now the pros and cons:

Pros

  1. Free.
  2. The training covers the latest release of the software.
  3. The training is well-structured and organized for beginners.

Cons

  1. The training is a text only training which might be a problem for some beginners.

Verdict: This is the best free online outlet where beginners can start learning CopperCube through a text-based tutorial.

John Maksym YouTube Channel

John Maksym YouTube Channel is the second free online outlet where beginners can start learning CopperCube through video tutorials.

Structure: The training is divided into 56 video lessons, each video lesson covers a certain aspect of the software.

Interface: Standard YouTube interface.

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Now the pros and cons:

Pros

  1. Free.
  2. The training covers many aspects of the software, especially the basics beginners should be familiarized with in order to start using the software.

Cons

  1. The training isn’t well-organized for complete beginners.

Verdict: This is the best free online outlet where beginners can start learning CopperCube through video tutorials.

Logicbricks YouTube Channel

Logicbricks YouTube Channel is the third free online outlet where beginners can start learning CopperCube through video tutorials.

Structure: The training is divided into 11 video lessons, each video lesson covers a certain aspect of the software.

Interface: Standard YouTube interface.

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Now the pros and cons:

Pros

  1. Free.

Cons

  1. The training covers an old release of the software.

Verdict: This is a very good free online outlet where beginners can start learning CopperCube through video tutorials.

Bottom Line

The recipe for learning CopperCube:

  1. John Maksym YouTube Channel is the best outlet for beginners to start learning CopperCube through video tutorials.
  2. Ambiera Website is the best outlet for beginners to start learning CopperCube through text based tutorials.

Remember that the first step is always the toughest step, and the aim of this post is to provide you with resources that will help you take your first step in learning CopperCube.