Unity Indie Now Free: Make Games And Virtual Worlds

The package that was called Unity Indie and now is called simply "Unity" will be free for developers of virtual worlds and games that generate less than $100,000 a year.

In their License page they say:

"Companies or incorporated entities that had a turnover in excess of US$100,000 in their last fiscal year must use Unity Pro."

Unity is a set of browser plugin (very small, 3 mb), and toolkit to make games and virtual worlds.

For modelers, Unity can read .FBX, .dae (Collada), .3DS, .dxf and .obj files.

This news appeared on this past 28th on Virtual Worlds News, and is now live. You can go to Unity's site and download your copy of Unity and start developing virtual worlds and games with it for free.

Unity was used in the development of Nurien as explained here.


-Jordi R. Cardona-

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