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Writing Games With Unity 3D in JavaScript and C# – Part 1

, 30 Apr 2013
Unity is a development environment for creating professional-level games. It is built on top of MonoDevelop, and utilizes it to achieve the deployment of the same code to many platforms. Unity comes in two versions, but this post will focus on the free version with no add-ons. The free version (whic

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