Unity is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies. The engine can be used to create three-dimensional, two-dimensional, virtual reality, and augmented reality games, as well as simulations and other experiences.
Unity has free and paid licensing options. The free license is for personal use or smaller companies generating less than $100,000 annually, and the subscriptions are based on revenues generated by the games using Unity.
|1||Operating system - Windows: Windows 7 (SP1+) and Windows 10, 64-bit versions only; macOS: Sierra 10.12.6+; Linux: Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, and CentOS 7|
|2||CPU - X64 architecture with SSE2 instruction set support|
|3||Graphics API - Windows: DX10, DX11, and DX12-capable GPUs; macOS: Metal-capable Intel and AMD GPUs; Linux: OpenGL 3.2+ or Vulkan-capable, Nvidia and AMD GPUs|
|4||Additional requirements - Windows: Hardware vendor officially supported drivers; macOS: Apple officially supported drivers; Linux: Gnome desktop environment running on top of X11 windowing system, Nvidia official proprietary graphics driver or AMD Mesa graphics driver. Other configuration and user environment as provided stock with the supported distribution (Kernel, Compositor, etc.)|
|Capterra||4.7 5||based on 394 reviews|
|5 5||based on 3 reviews|
|8.7 10||based on 11 reviews|
|8.1 10||based on 348 reviews|
|G2CROWD||4.5 5||based on 193 reviews|
|7 10||based on 496 reviews|
|7 10||based on 50 reviews|
|TechSpot||4.3 5||based on 237 reviews|
|3.6 5||based on 7 reviews|
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