Unity is a free game engine – software you can use to make your own games (and interactive apps). Unity has been chosen by over 2 million developers because it provides all the core functionality needed, right out of the box, to develop great games (and interactive apps).
The following are sessions recorded live during the Developer Movement Developer Dojo last week with Code Sensei Mickey MacDonald. Mickey shows you to turn your game ideas into reality by creating games for Windows 8 and Windows Phone.
Part 1: A Close Look at Unity for Windows 8 and Windows Phone (with an introduction to this year’s Developer Movement – Code Kwondo) Code Sensei Mickey MacDonald takes you on a close look at Unity and how you can bring in your Unity assets into Visual Studio 2013 to create Windows 8 and Windows Phone versions of your games/apps.
Pre-Coding Check list
Part 2: Unity to Visual Studio to the Windows and Windows Phone Store
Code Sensei Mickey MacDonald shows just how easy it is to go from Unity to Visual Studio to the Windows and Windows Phone Stores.
Store Submission Check List – Required steps to pass certification