The Unity engine supports Linux, iOS, Android, the Web, Mac, Windows, Windows Phone, Windows Store apps, and many other platforms. When you’re ready to publish, simply select a platform, press the Build button and sit back while Unity creates stable, dependable content for almost any device. It’s that simple.
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If you’re looking to enter the mobile space or expand or improve an existing offering. Unity will lead the way for you. In fact, more than 50% of game developers use the Unity engine to develop their mobile content.
The Unity Editor is designed from the ground up to be easy to use and to cut the time between iterations. It allows you to try out more ideas through:
- A fully scriptable and easily extendable development environment
- Visually-based editing with drag-and-drop functionality
- Simultaneous testing and editing in one interface
- Blistering-fast compilation times
Additionally, Unity is the only engine that offers off-the-shelf assets directly accessible from within the editor. By reusing and adapting professionally-developed content, you can cut development times still further.
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Unity provides dedicated workflows for 2D and 3D content, including unparalleled support for the full range of content creation tools. Your import pipeline will never be smoother!
Once you’ve imported sprites, 3D models, textures and more; it’s a simple job to add physics using our dedicated and fully integrated 2D and 3D physics engines. Plus, Unity can animate your sprites automatically, and you can use our tools to retarget your 3D animations across characters.