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Overview About Unity3D

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WHat is Unity3D?

Unity3D is a powerful cross-platform 3D engine and a user friendly development environment.
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.

Easy enough for the beginner and powerful enough for the expert; Unity should interest anybody who wants to easily create 3D games and applications for mobile, desktop, the web, and consoles.

Advantages

1)Less learning time
2)Strong Asset Store , where you can buy scripts, tools and textures to use in the game.
3)Integration with Native Code's
4)Code is lot more stable compared to written in other languages
5)Can be used for Physics based games, 2D Games and 3D Games - where as most engines mentioned support 2D Games only
6)Huge advantage to deploy the game on iOS / Android - This reduce huge costs, since you can reduce your team size to half as the same team and effort can be used for cross platform
7)Your game cannot be hacked, or its code cannot be reversed code easily

Disadvantages:

1)The final file size is over 8 MB , usually. However, i don't think this hurts much
2)ts paid
3)Less experienced developers , and they may be expensive as well.

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