I don’t think it’s time yet to write off the cloud and search for the next hot thing. The cloud seems inevitable.
Mixamo captures your face movements and translates them into a 3D animation in Unity.
Unity makes moves to make itself indispensable to mobile developers.
With new SDK, developers can create one Unity-based game that can run on Facebook across the web and mobile.
Unity developers can now easily release their games on the BlackBerry World store.
The developer of PlayStation Home’s Sodium series has expanded to make games and 3D avatars on mobile platforms.
Markus “Notch” Persson found inspiration for his tiny new title from his ceiling and a few recent games.
The 3D game engine wants out of the Flash game.
Developer Framebunker bring cyberpunk tactics gameplay to mobile with Static Sky.
Unreal’s cool 3D animations will scale for all devices including mobile, next-generation consoles, and high-end PCs.
Puzzle & Dragons is generating $2.5 million in revenue a day.
Facebook games are going to look better thanks to the alliance with 3D game engine maker Unity.
The perfect GDC plan: go out and find something wonderful.
Israeli mobile-game company MoMinis has raised $6 million in a second round of funding from Gemini Israel Ventures.
Software giant Adobe is working hard to win over game developers to its Flash platform.
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Unity Technologies and electronics manufacturing giant LG are teaming up to bring video games to Smart TVs in 2012.
Unity Technologies announced today that its developers will be able to take the games they’ve created and publish them in the Flash 3D format, allowing them to reach much bigger audiences on the web than before.
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Unity Technologies showed off version 3.5 of its 3D game tools today in an effort to widen its reach and help 3D games spread onto all new gaming platforms.
Unity Technologies said it has raised $12 million in a second round of funding so that it can expand into the Asian market and accelerate its technology development.
Hoping to close the graphics quality gap with game tool makers that focus on console-quality graphics, Unity Technologies is launching a new version of its game engine that powers online games and iPhone apps.