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Unity Develops Video Game That Tests AI
In the early days of video games where you would be able to go up against AI, over time and with enough practice, you would be able to suss out the AI’s patterns and habits and eventually beat them. However these days AI is getting a lot more sophisticated and smarter, even beating out professionals.

Facebook Is Developing A Desktop Gaming Platform With Unity
Game engine company Unity and Facebook have announced today that they are working on a new desktop gaming platform for the social network. This partnership is also going to enable developers to easily port their games to Facebook. Interested developers can apply for a closed alpha of the export tool by August 31st, the tool will be integrated directly into the Unity Editor.

Assassin's Creed Unity Patch Delayed For PC
Earlier this week, we did bring you word that the Assassin’s Creed Unity Patch would be able to deliver content locked by the companion app, and here we are with additional word on the Assassin’s Creed Unity Patch which will most certainly not go down well with PC gamers. Apparently, the most recent patch would experience a delay for those who are rocking to the game on a PC that […]

Assassin’s Creed Unity Companion App Arrives On Windows Phone Store
Windows Phone users need not have to fret too much knowing that the Assassin’s Creed Unity Companion app for iOS as well as Android platforms have been released, as it has also made its way into the Windows Phone Store. With this particular app, you will be able to give your Assassin’s Creed Unity experience a kick in the rear end, and this is done through the delivery of a […]


Assassin’s Creed Unity Reportedly Has Poor Performance
All of the hype surrounding Assassin’s Creed Unity has more or less settled, what with the highly anticipated title having been released over here in the US. However, it is rather surprising to hear that many of those who have picked up a copy of this game have taken to the Internet to share their frustrations concerning the performance of the game – and to make matters even more difficult, […]

Firefox Powers Better In-Browser Games At GDC14
On the heels of the game-changing announcement from Epic Games earlier today, I headed out to Mozilla’s booth at GDC14 to get a demo of their progress in running the Unreal and Unity engines in the browser. you may have seen Unity web containers in the past, but this is totally different since Unity has added support for a web/Javascript target. Now, two of the most popular game engines can […]

Unity 4 Coming To XBox One, Free Windows Support
Earlier today, Microsoft and Unity have made a joint announcement about the fact that Unity is coming to Xbox One, and that Microsoft Developers who already have a Unity Pro 4 license will get the Windows support (re-compiling the game on Windows/Xbox 1) for free (a $1500 value). If you are unfamiliar with Unity, it is a game-engine that comes with all kinds of ready-to-use libraries (graphics, physics, collisions, particles…). […]

Unity 4 Game Engine Becomes 'Massively Multi-Platform'
Unity 4 has launched, and a lot of game developers worldwide are extremely enthusiastic about it. For end-users like you and I, it means that more games (and better games) will be available across all platforms, and for game developers, it means more features, better tools and a larger opportunity to leverage their work (make money) on new platforms. In you are not familiar with Unity, it’s a cross-platform game […]

Basemark X Ready To Rock The Mobile Benchmarking World
Rightware, the creator of the Browsermark web browser performance suite and Kanzi, the UX powering Audi automobiles, is getting ready to launch a cross-platform graphics/gaming benchmark called Basemark X. This is a 3D “game-like” application built on the Unity Engine 4.0 which aims at simulating the workload experienced by the hardware when running demanding games. The benchmark will work across iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8+, so when this comes […]

Fast Forward brings Unity games to Windows Phone
Windows Phone device owners might have quite a number of titles to choose from when it comes to gaming, but one thing that the platform has been missing when compared to Android and iOS is the support for Unity 3D games. As of now, Windows Phone only allows apps created with Silverlight or XNA – a problem for Unity since the engine isn’t written in either of those languages. However, […]

Counter-Strike 1.6 recreated with Unity engine
If you miss playing Counter-Strike but don’t want to bother reinstalling on Steam or digging up old CDs of the game, you’re in luck. A couple of developers have managed to recreate Counter-Strike 1.6 with the Unity engine and files from the original game. Multiplayer is supported, along with bots for single player! Who would’ve thought this day would come?

Shadowgun for iOS devices released today
Looking forward to playing Shadowgun on your iPhone or iPad? Well, good news – because one of the most highly anticipated games of 2011 is finally here. The 3rd person Gears of War-inspired shooter is now available for your iOS devices. Featuring jaw dropping graphics and action-packed gameplay, Shadowgun puts players into the role of a professional bounty hunter in the year 2350 where he has to take down an […]

Kinect for Flash, Silverlight and Unity
The Blitz Agency has demonstrated an software interface that allows non C++ applications to get the skeletal data from Kinect, and therefore makes it accessible to a whole new (application) world. Who knows what’s going to come out of this one, but  it’s not hard to imagine a new realm of motion-driven casual games, and new user interfaces for applications that traditionally relied only on the mouse and keyboard.How does […]

Ubuntu 11.04 sees off GNOME interface with Unity
Ubuntu 11.04 will replace its GNOME interface with Unity, which is a totally new interface that sees action in Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Edition. GNOME might come with panels at the top and bottom of the display, but Unity will instead feature a top panel and a panel on the left side that can be utilized to launch apps as well as access already running apps in a jiffy. While Unity […]