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The Unity game development environment can create 3D and 2D games and animation with incredibly dynamic environments. It’s all possible thanks to effects like real-time lighting, realistic surfaces and reflections, audio mixing and filters, and access to various APIs. Unity enables game developers to create games with targeted delivery to any number of devices: mobile phones, desktops, Android, iOS, Windows phones, and more. With the Unity Web Player browser plugin, games can run seamlessly on browsers. More than just games, Unity can be used to create all kinds of interactive content in a native or web application, like animations, map effects, architectural mock-ups, and more.

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