Unity Provides Professional Experiences
January 31, 2020

Unity Provides Professional Experiences

Sarah Ciras Rousseau | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Unity

Unity has been used in my classroom for a couple of years at this point. Students have used it to create professional products for gaming. It has a massive amount of comprehensive tutorials as well as a vast asset library. This allows for accessibility even for those new to creating games.


  • The asset library has a lot of great options
  • The educational licensing is comprehensive


  • The user interface is very busy, which can be overwhelming.
  • Navigation and organization can be challenging to manage.
  • Allows students to create professional products.
  • Learn an industry standard.
Unity offers a professional environment, better preparing students for a career in game development. It also has a tremendous amount of documentation, allowing for a large independent study of the program and environment. It also provides for flexibility in assets, making the game your own very easily. This leads to it being a fabulous choice for those who are serious about game development.
I have not had to use Unity's support extensively. This is likely because there is so much documentation and so many classes available for free online. Due to this, there is little need for support. They were very responsive when I requested educational licensing. Setting it up and providing it all quickly.

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Unity is a fantastic program for those who are serious about game development and design. Unity is not necessarily where I would begin for game development, as it can have a steep learning curve. Still, the capabilities it offers make it an excellent choice for someone with some experience under their belt.


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