All for One: how the Unity Engine empowers indie gaming on Xbox

OXM "It's saying something about Unity's spread that when Ubisoft unveiled Assassin's Creed: Unity last week (after a helpful "push" from the gentlemen and ladies of Kotaku), I sincerely thought that Uncle Ubi had enlisted the hitherto Mac-only game engine to the Assassin cause. Once deemed fit only for dinky browser affairs, Unity is now the basis for projects as far flung as Max and the Curse of Brotherhood, Slender: The Arrival, Abe's Oddysee: New 'n' Tasty and Temple Run."

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Bigpappy1516d ago

Good to know. Engines are important to the look and feel of the games. You get to notice that certain look with each engine.

incendy351516d ago

I am a big fan of Unity, great framework for making games and has a great community helping each other too. Unity is the reason most indie projects have a chance.