Unity Engine News


Mozilla Makes Web Games Without Plugins Possible

By Steven Wong, Mar 03, 2015 3:45pm PST

Mozilla announced today that in cooperation with Unity Technologies and Epic Games, developers can now export their games to be played within a web browser without the need for plugins.


Unity Engine CEO steps down; former EA CEO John Riccitiello steps up

By Steven Wong, Oct 22, 2014 10:45am PDT

David Helgason announced today that he is stepping down as CEO of Unity, makers of the Unity Engine game development tools. In the same statement, he announces his replacement.


"They pretty much owned them when Burnout Takedown came out, which EA then re-released on the 360 ..."

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Unity 5 announced, includes browser support

By Steve Watts, Mar 19, 2014 8:30am PDT

Unity announced the next iteration of its engine at the Game Developers Conference this week, including WebGL support to allow games using Unity 5 to run in-browser without plugins.


"I'd say tight now the non-plugin thing is more of a proof of concept than anything. Since it ..."

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Nintendo signs Unity deal for Wii U

By Steve Watts, Sep 20, 2012 8:15am PDT

Nintendo has signed a deal with the Unity Engine for use on the Wii U, in a move that seems tailored to invite indie developers to the console.


"That's pretty cool, my artistic skills aren't exactly up to snuff so that would help."

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Unity Engine for iOS and Android free through Easter

By Steve Watts, Mar 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT

The iOS and Android versions of the Unity Engine are free for a limited time.


"I got this a while back and I think it is a great move for the Unity Engine. The new upcoming ..."

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