Guide to Game Development/Rendering and Game Engines/Unity

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Unity is a game development ecosystem: a powerful rendering engine fully integrated with a complete set of intuitive tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D and 2D content; easy multiplatform publishing; thousands of quality, ready-made assets in the Asset Store and a knowledge-sharing community[1].

In Unity, you write simple behavior scripts in JavaScript, C# or Boo. All three languages are easy to use and run on the Open Source .NET platform, Mono, with rapid compilation times[2].

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How to set-up your project when creating it.
A general overview of what all of the controls do in the interface
Clipboard

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Think of more sections to add.

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