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

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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]

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

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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