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Unity


Company: Unity Technologies

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    • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 5

    "A complete 3d and 2d game engine for all game-dev needs"

    by FabianSilva on Jan 10, 2019 9:42 AM

    Summary:
    Unity is a complete game development enviroment (and engine) that enable anyone to make games, it have a generous free version that allows to make any type of game.

    pros:
    - multiplatform
    - it have a store that have free plugins, models and addons.
    - you can find a lot of tutorials
    - good official documentation

    cons:
    - there is a learning curve to learn it, you have to start with easy stuff and start evolving from that

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    • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 2018

    "A must-try for learning game development"

    by OptimizingPrime on Oct 17, 2018 12:41 PM

    Summary:
    I was first introduced to Unity by my game development & design club at my University. The company that created Unity gave the club members free keys, so that was pretty sweet. Unity is known as a great engine for those learning game development, which was a large majority of the club members. It wasn't very complicated to use. The game engine worked fine on my 10+ year laptop. I had so much fun using it and even completed my first game at a 48-hour Hackathon :D

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    • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 2018

    "I make games for a living and I have yet to use this professionally"

    by Test script on Oct 17, 2018 12:18 AM

    Summary:
    I learned Game Dev in college. Unity was the tool we used. Five years post-graduation, I can't believe how far it's come. It's used industry-wide and is definitely THE standard for creating games for both hobbyists and professionals.

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    • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 2.4

    "Free Version, Multiplatform Support "

    by albertlee on Aug 20, 2018 11:29 AM

    Summary:
    - A lot faster and easier to use, with great quality
    - Premium versions have a lot more functionality

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    • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 2017.3

    "Game development for everyone"

    by risom on May 25, 2018 9:47 AM

    Summary:
    Unity is a powerful game development tool that allows creators to develop their own interactive 3D worlds. It allows you to write games and applications for cross platform development including HTML5 supported browsers, iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, and Linux. Utilize C# and other powerful scripting languages through Visual Studio or MonoDevelop IDEs that work synergistically with Unity 3D engine.

    My first experience was taking a games class in college and I was able to download Unity for free and work on a variety of class projects. For the final in the class we were able to create a VR game thanks to device driver support for Unity being so widely available.

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    Version Reviewing: 2017.3.1

    "Developing multiplatform games"

    by Mentoliptus on May 11, 2018 12:26 AM

    Summary:
    Free and powerful tool and engine to create multiplatform games and apps.

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