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.