Unity announced a game that teaches how to create games

Unity has announced a demo game Gigaya, the main purpose of which is to familiarize users with the process of creating games on the Unity engine. The announcement trailer was published on YouTube.

Gigaya is a three-dimensional platformer, in the creation of which various features of the Unity engine were involved. The game will be distributed for free, including Steam. In addition, all the assets of the game will also be available for free in the Unity game store.

Unity is a game engine that is supported on 25 different platforms, including Windows, PlayStation and Xbox. The first version was introduced in 2005, and the last update at the time of publication was released in February 2022. Earlier, the company showed a new technodemo on the engine.

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