Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Introduction to Unity: Getting Started – Part 1/2

When I first started looking into iOS game development, Xcode (before SpriteKit) made game development look very challenging. Unity on the other hand had a powerful visual editor and was also capable of publishing to mobile. Looking further, its asset store and fantastic developer community made Unity a very compelling option indeed. Today it is able to boast more games being made with Unity than any other game technology. And with support for almost 30 platforms including mobile, VR, desktop and console, it's no longer a great place to start, but the perfect place to start!

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