Tag Archives: unity technologies
Thu, Sep 12, 2013 | 12:51 BST
Xbox One will offer Unity tools to developers, but the service will not be widely available until 2014, according to Unity Technologies’ CEO David Helgason.
Fri, Aug 30, 2013 | 09:51 BST
Unity Technologies has announced the winners of its yearly Unity awards, and Endless Space has walked away with the top gong.
Tue, Jul 09, 2013 | 11:44 BST
Unity Technologies has announced that over 2 million people have registered as Unity Engine users worldwide.
Thu, Jun 27, 2013 | 21:43 BST
Unity Technologies announced today during Build Conference in San Francisco that it has added Xbox One support for Kinect, SmartGlass support to its development tools and has also extended its commitment to Windows 8 the W8 Phone. The Xbox One version of the game engine will also feature cloud computing support, and developers being published by Microsoft Studios will be able to use Unity free. The firm will release the commercial version of its Store Add-on for Windows later this summer, and it will also be waiving the $1,500 license fee for licensed Unity Pro 4 developers as part of its Microsoft deal. Thanks, GI International.
Tue, May 21, 2013 | 11:59 BST
Unity Technologies is giving away its basic mobile development tools to independent and small studios, as part of its drive to democratise the development process.
Tue, Nov 29, 2011 | 18:25 GMT
Unity Technologies has announced its Unity platform for 3D on the web, iOS, Android and consoles has surpassed 750,000 registered developers, and that over 200,000 users remain active on a monthly basis. The number of Unity Web Player installs has also doubled over the last year, with 40 million as of November of 2010 and at present, over 80 million.
Mon, Oct 03, 2011 | 07:29 BST
Unity Technologies’ general manager for Asia, John Goodale, has spoken openly about the positive effects of piracy and has stated that he believes it has been to the company’s advantage in seeding a market in China.
Sun, Nov 01, 2009 | 20:34 GMT
Indie and other games of interest: Gravity Bear formally announced, Frogger Returns, Shadow of Destiny confirmed
Another banner week for news regarding indie and other games of interest.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine may make it onto PC after all, 3D Dot Game Heroes is coming to North America, Nostalgia is now available, The Void sounds awesome, King Arthur: The Role-playing Wargame has finally gotten a release date, Eufloria has a demo, and version 2.6 of the Unity Platform is now free.
There’s tons more stuff after the break, too. Surely there is something that interests you should you click onward.
Mon, Jan 12, 2009 | 11:09 GMT
Unity Technologies has announced the appointment of former president and CEO of Criterion, David Lau-Kee, as its new non-executive chairman.
From the official release:
David Lau-Kee brings 15 years of experience in the games industry to Unity, drawing upon roles as co-founder, President and CEO of Criterion Software Group, the world’s largest games middleware company and Vice President of Electronic Arts, as well as earlier high-level positions in global technology business including as General Manager, Canon Europe, to bring unique and invaluable strategic insight to Unity Technologies as the company continues its phenomenal growth,.
We wish David the best of luck in his new role.
Full thing below.
By Mike Bowden