Unity releases Unity 5, the latest version of its incredibly popular multi-platform engine.
At Lucky Lady Games, we are currently working on a few mobile apps in Unity in hopes of porting it over to HTML5 for launch. This is great news as now we can explore more with indy developers to expand this great engine.
In light of the news out of Epic Games March 2, 2015 — that Unreal Engine will be going free-to-download, but charge a 5 percent royalty on games that gross over $3,000 a quarter — Unity’s decision to stick with a more traditional pricing structure will raise eyebrows. It’s $75 a month, or $1,500 up-front — but no royalty will ever be charged.
Unity is an entire ecosystem of tools and services designed for people who want to build a successful business by creating multiplatform games and interactive content. The Unity ecosystem is available to anyone who downloads the Unity engine.
Learn how to use Unity with free tutorials, online training and product documentation right on their website Unity Manual. Join the community and find the forum that’s right for you. Start browsing thousands of ready-made assets and production tools in the Asset Store. Get developing with Unity!
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