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Myths and Facts of the Unity Game Engine

Unity is only for games It’s a myth. Of course Unity has been created as a game engine, but it’s so flexible that it is successfully being used in other industries, such as architecture, medicine, and engineering. For an example, see 3RD Planet. It is the largest online consumer event platform, showcasing the top tourist destinations in each …

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Using threads with Unity

If you’re an experienced developer then you most probably worked with threads at some point of your career. As you’re now working with Unity, you most probably have forgotten about how the threads were once important to you. Unity as a game engine handles many things for you. It also introduces a functionality called Coroutines …

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Mobile Optimization with Unity Profiler
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Mobile Optimization – Unity Profiler

In the previous Mobile Optimization series post we talked about how important the batching is. We talked about how to use Unity Profiler in order to inspect how many batches are actually made. Now we will talk a little more about the Profiler itself. If you already know about it you may learn something new! The idea …

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