Unity 2.0.1 Released - Leopard Compatibility

Unity 2.0.1 has just been released as a free update to the Unity game development tool. This update addresses a few problems introduced by the recent release of Apple's new Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" operating system. Additionally the release contains some necessary documentation updates that enhance the documentation for both pre-existing and new features introduced with the initial Unity 2.0 release.

With Unity 2.0 developers can now take advantage of a host of new features that combine to make your games look better on more platforms, run faster, and be easier to make. Unity 2.0 is an incredible release, give it a look and discover just how incredible it is for yourself!

Learn More
What's new in Unity 2.0: http://unity3d.com/unity/
Download the Unity 2.0 trial: http://unity3d.com/unity/download/
Buy Unity 2.0.1: http://unity3d.com/store/

What's Unity?
Unity provides 3D graphics and rendering effects on par with the newest games on the market, an extremely fast implementations of javascript (20x faster than other implementations), flexible and fast character animation support, the fastest physics simulation engine using Ageia's PhysX, and totally dynamic game worlds where every single object and texture is modifiable on the fly.

Unity is the ultimate in supporting art packages. Almost every single application is supported, ranging from 3D modeling to image and audio tools. Unity has support for Maya, Cinema 4D, Lightwave, Cheetah3D, Blender, Modo and more.

Tutorials, videos and examples, thorough documentation and reference manual, and a great friendly community help make Unity a joy to get into.

Unity is the only Mac-based high-end game development tool sporting a stylish pro-app GUI, no-friction workflow and over-the-top technical features such as extensible shaders and image effects, dazzling particles, JIT compiling scripts in C#, javascript or a dialect of Python, the Ageia physX Engine, skinned character animation, and ragdolls.

Unity is being used by game developers such as Codemasters and Freeverse, in game design education, and amongst creative visualization professionals.

Homepage: http://unity3d.com/


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