Unreal Engine Community Wiki
We wanted you - the Unreal Engine developer community - to have a place to post tutorials as well as share your plugins, project templates, code snippets, and more. This wiki is just an early version of what we have planned. It’s a little rough around the edges at the moment, but we’ll put some polish on it.
In the meantime, we want you to fill it with the amazing content you create. Our community has always been known for its helpfulness and we have no doubt you will prove that once again!
In the future, we also plan to move all of our documentation over to the wiki. We are committed to providing the best and most complete documentation in the industry, but we think many of you can help us improve and expand on that solid foundation.
When opening UE4 for the first time, a common question is "Where do I even get started with making a game?" It's a lot to learn and it can be intimidating, so we have put together this handy guide to getting yourself familiar with UE4.
Developing for Mobile?
So, now that you know what you can do to make this place great, go create something Unreal and Getting Involved in the best game development community around! You can also get involved on the AnswerHub and report any problems you encounter while using UE4.
Andrew Hurley has created a water material to use on mobile devices. If you are looking for a water material, look no further. Would you like to know more?