XBox: The Official Magazine - - OXM INVESTIGATES -

The Unity en­gine has be­come in­creas­ingly pop­u­lar over the years and is now syn­ony­mous with in­die game de­vel­op­ment. This is largely due to the fact that, just like the Un­real en­gine, it’s avail­able to down­load for free and any­body that wants to try their hand at game de­vel­op­ment, can. There’s also a tremen­dous amount of sup­port from the de­vel­op­ment com­mu­nity who pro­vide a wealth of ded­i­cated tu­to­ri­als. Fire­watch, Yooka-Laylee, Cup­head and the up­com­ing Ooblets and Ori And The Will Of The Wisps are just a small frac­tion of games that have used this en­gine. And then in the non-videogame world, the lu­mi­nous likes of Dis­ney, Coca-Cola, Nasa and Lego are also reg­is­tered Unity users.

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