8/28/2013 9:06:39 PM
Unity3D Dives Deep Into Indie Game Publishing
Unity 3D, Unity Games, Black Tower Studios, Roadhouse Interactive, mobile games
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Unity3D Dives Deep Into Indie Game Publishing

Stuart Parkerson Stuart Parkerson in Marketing & Promotion Wednesday, August 28, 2013

What’s the use of having a Porsche if everyone else gets to drive it but you? That must be the thinking of the Unity3D management when they decided to broaden their partnerships in creating gaming titles with the introduction of its publishing arm, Unity Games. The  announcement was made today at their Unity 2013 Conference in Vancouver Canada.

Concentrating on mobile titles, two games have been revealed, Archangel from Black Tower Studios and Freeride Ski Cross from Roadhouse Interactive. Unity says they are also working with the development teams at N-Fusion, MiMiMi, Electric Eggplant and Spark Plug Games for future titles.

Read more: http://www.unitygames.com/

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