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Unity creates Universal Binary games

updated 11:25 am EST, Thu March 30, 2006

Unity 1.2.2 released

Otee today released Unity 1.2.2, an update that ensures all games produced with Unity are Universal Binaries to offer native support for Intel-based Macs. The update also brings improved support for Windows publishing to create games that are equal for both Mac and PC gamers. The software allows developers to create 3D games with animated characters and graphics as a standalone application, a dashboard widget, or for the Web. A recently-added framework uses Unity's shading engine to make real-time full-screen graphics effects, while game developers can use JavaScript, C#, or Python to script complex interactivity without worrying about performance. Unity 1.2.2 is priced at $250 for the indie edition or $1,000 for the Pro version, and is a free upgrade for registered users. The application requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later.




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