Windows Store and Windows Phone Store now have over 2000 games created by Unity

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Windows Store and Windows Phone Store now have over 2000 games created by Unity

Unity a powerful rendering engine that is fully integrated with a complete set of intuitive tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D and 2D content. Thanks to Unity, Microsoft’s Windows Phone Store and Windows Store now houses over 2,000 games created by Unity.

Unity is a great engine that has the ability to create some nice games for both platforms. Just a few months ago – in November to be specific – Unity revealed that there were over 1,000 games created by the development platform. In just a few short months, that number has doubled. As a result, Unity is offering a special incentive to app developers who utilize the platform.

“We’re so pleased with the quality of games being developed by Unity developers, that we’d like to make it easier for other Unity developers to achieve the same level of success in reaching millions of new users. So, we’ve decided to launch a special incentive offer, exclusively for Unity developers, to continue to create great games for Windows,” Unity stated in an official blog post.

Developers who utilize the Unity platform can qualify for the promotion and win free store registration, a Microsoft Windows 8 license, a Windows Phone device or Windows tablet, a promotional package, and technical assistance. These are the steps to qualify for the promotion:

  • Any Unity developer using Unity 4 to develop their games and apps can apply.
  • Applicants are required to have experience with shipping games and apps on mobile platforms.
  • The content that is submitted for review needs to stand out: it needs to be innovative, interesting, and different from the other games and apps in its genre.
  • Some benefits may not be available in some countries, check the Terms and Conditions.

You can head over here to check out the promotion.

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