Unity 5
Unity has announced the latest version of its game development system, which features a new 64-bit editor and the ability to export titles to the Web that don’t require browser plugins to run. In Unity 5, developers will find a preview of the WebGL exporter that takes advantage of the WebGL graphics rendering API and asm.js, a JavaScript subset, to allow for one-click publishing to desktop browsers, with native-like performance. Mozilla worked with Unity to bring content to the Web using only standards-compliant APIs and JavaScript. Their approach uses Unity’s IL2CPP runtime to convert all in-game scripts to C++. The…

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