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Learn to use the powerful and robust Unity 3 game engine to create and distribute mobile games!

Posted by Noesis_Interactive on Jan 3rd, 2011

Unity Mobile Game Development training modules have been released on design3! First play Mobile Skater in the design3 arcade and then learn to use the powerful and robust Unity 3 game engine to create and distribute mobile games yourself. Unity Mobile Game Development is broken down into 3 separate modules:

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"iOS Development with Unity" will show you how to set up and configure Unity to work with iOS mobile devices, such as the iPhone. You'll use a test application to make sure your mobile device is working properly and then learn how to submit your game or application to the Apple App Store.

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"Android Development with Unity" will show you how to set up and configure Unity to work with Android mobile devices, in this case a Google Nexus 1 phone. You'll use a test application to make sure your mobile device is working properly and then learn how to submit your game or application to the Android App Marketplace.

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"Mobile Skater Game" will show you how to build the core structure for a mobile game. You'll learn about scripting for mobile devices, touch screen functionality, and accelerometer usages. Finally, build out the game to your mobile device and play it wherever you want!

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Kamikazi[Uk]
Kamikazi[Uk] Jan 4 2011, 10:46am says:

I love unity but the mobile licenses are rediculasly priced to be worth while. I really want to get it for android dev but when it costs that much it's not worth it.

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Heaney
Heaney Jan 9 2011, 5:48pm replied:

I agree!

And also, for iOS it's only for Mac, which sucks.

Only like 8% of computer users use Macs compared to like 89% Windows!

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