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If you are looking for Unity, you have come to the right place. We explain what Unity is and point you to the official download.

What is Unity?

Unity is software that is generally utilized for creating 3D animation for games. It is an IDE that provides developers with tools to create interactive games and other 3D interactive objects. It likewise utilized to create 2D objects.

The software enables developers to create Web-based Massively Multiplayer Online Games, otherwise known as MMOGs; single-player games, games of strategy and plenty of other 3D games. Games can be developed for different platforms, i.e. Windows, Mac OS X, iPhone and iPad, as well as Android phones and tablets; plus portable gaming consoles.

Developers can do a test run of their games, edit as necessary, import assets and build scenes through Unity Editor. For seamless creation of animated characters, making them appear and move as realistically as possible, Mecanim makes all these possible. Mecanim is the animation program integrated into the Unity IDE.

There is a free version of Unity that can be downloaded from the Unity Store, and a full version can also be purchased from the Store. The free version only comes with basic features, and provides limited options for the game engine.

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File types supported by Unity

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About file types supported by Unity

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Last updated: : February 17, 2013