Unity is a multiplatform game development tool, designed from the start to ease creation. A fully integrated professional application, Unity just happens to contain the most powerful engine this side of a million dollars.

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Unity is a very powerful engine - both with the Free and Pro versions. Unity is a great starting point for anyone who wants to get started developing games

I would give it a 10 but i can't because i'm new. I like this engine because it's 3d yet very easy for most computers to handle and it's very indie-friendly.

Love how one can dig into making a game that is web, cross-platform, and also supports mobile devices!

Unity makes collaboration for little independent game studios very easy.
Furthermore it saved my freelance life, because I could iterate so quickly through different prototyping-stages. And that's important for certain projects, above all for projects which will feature complete new stuff!

The Best Engine. When i was first time used Unity it was been version 3.0

Pretty great engine and constantly improving. A solid community and a great tool for indie developers working to get a game together quickly.

Very flexible engine that allows for very fast iteration. Applies sensible default settings for beginning users and allows advanced users to modify anything, from the rendering pipeline to the editor itself.

It's Unity. It's so easy to create titles and with the Asset Store it makes it even better then most AAA* Game Dev Solutions.

This engine is so useful, it has so many things about it that are just so explicitly good about it. 1) It is simple to use and learn but to accomplish something great is hard so don't give up trying something. 2) The Unity engine is very new compared to Source or Cry engine. But Unity will soon surpass these older engines with many of its upcoming updates.

I highly advise this for indie developers who would like to create a game or a simulation of sorts.

Works well for cross platform deployment in one click and is handy for indie developers...

Plus there's no royalty overhead!

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