Microsoft Takes Another Forward Towards a Unified Gaming Development Platform with Unity3D Graphics Engine

Microsoft is been working diligently to unify development of games for their major operating systems including Windows, Xbox and Windows Phone. Unity Technologies has announced they will support the Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 platforms moving forward thus providing gaming developers with a means to effortlessly bring their development work to many different OS’s. Read the full release details here.



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