Introduction to the Unity Game Development Engine
There is an increase in the number of games you can play on smartphones and PC browsers, and we understand that many people feel like creating one themselves. It may seem like it is difficult to get into Game Development, but if you use Unity - which can be downloaded for free - you can easily create games. Let's take a look!
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What is the Unity Game Development Engine?
Unity is one of the integrated development environments developed by Unity Technologies for creating games. In normal game production, you may have to spend a huge amount of time and effort to develop the functions that form the basis of a game, such as the movement of graphics and characters. But, by using Unity, you can just concentrate on the essential parts of game production.
Unity has four licenses: "Personal" for beginners and hobbyists, "Plus" for creators, "Pro" for enterprises." for professionals, and "Enterprise
The Personal license is free, and it is possible to use it immediately after downloading. On the other hand, the others plans are paid plans, and you can find more details about them on their website.
In the case of the Personal license, the logo "Made With Unity" is displayed when the game starts up. However, since all functions are available and continuous updates are also accepted, we're confident you will be able to fully enjoy the game production process.
Skills required when developing with Unity
With Unity, you can develop action and adventure games, puzzles and quizzes, and simulations. Pokemon GO was said to be developed with Unity. You can also create games on any platform including Android, iOS, Windows, Mac OS, etc.
In addition to games, Unity's attraction is that you can also create practical applications that are useful for learning and life. Applications created in Unity that can be used by university laboratories to experience VR (virtual reality), for example.
Additionally, Internet Academy has been certified as one of the world's first Unity certified training centers. If you are interested in game development, please come to the free trial lesson as an introduction to Unity.
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