Interested in seeing how fellow creators are using Unity? Look no further than this roundup of the latest made with Unity news and discover what the Unity community has been up to – including even more highlights out of GDC 2023.
Games created in Unity reached some extra exciting milestones in March.
Awards season kept the milestones coming throughout the month, with congratulations in order for a handful of Unity-made projects:
We share new game releases and milestone spotlights every Monday on the @UnityGames Twitter account. Be sure to give us a follow and support your fellow creators.
Tuesdays are dedicated to #UnityTips on Twitter. We especially loved this one from @TheMirzaBeig featuring a quick tutorial for a great 2D outline effect:
At the very end of March, we also had our friends from @BinaryImpactG take over the channel to share some of the best tips they’ve used over the years. A few notable ones include:
We’re stunned by what you all create every week, and you certainly kept the amazing projects coming in March. If we missed something from you, be sure to use the #MadeWithUnity hashtag next time you share.
Twitter’s @AnderssonKev inspired us with a progress update on his adorable game (pictured above), and @JuhanaMyllys shared one of the best spots to catch a nice view in their gameworld. Then, @_josueor had some cool rug animations to show, while @AlexKentDixon took us to admire some breathtaking scenery. Last but not least, @DonXugloGames’s enemy was feeling quite sleepy and in need of a good nap.
On Instagram, even more happened: @canopy_design was fighting alongside ruins, and @tails_of_fate’s fox explored dungeons. We also highlighted plenty of #MadeWithUnity creators who joined us for GDC. Find an inspiring reel of them on our YouTube channel.
We’re so excited to continue the #MadeWithUnity love, so keep adding the hashtag to your posts to show us what you’ve been up to.
At GDC and on Twitch this month, it was all about the creators. To start, we sat down with Fika Productions to discuss Ship of Fools for March’s first Creator Spotlight stream. (Catch a clip from the stream above.) Next came two additional Creator Spotlight streams, covering Schell Games’s Among Us VR and Team Miaozi’s Cygnus Enterprises. Finally, we continued posting throwbacks with part two of the Let’s Dev 101 sessions on VFX Graph – from July 2022 – on YouTube.
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On March 30, we hosted the third Dev Blitz Day of 2023 and covered all things performance profiling. The event was held in both the forums and on the Discord server. Throughout the day, we had more than 36 threads and would like to thank everyone who participated.
For GDC 2023, in order to bring the event to those who were unable to attend in person, the team set up a hub for the event on Discord. We created specific channels to share pictures and videos from the week, a place to discuss the event itself, and our first-ever use of Discord Stage, which brought 30 speakers online to provide overviews of in-booth sessions.
We created over 40 posts, featuring 75 pictures and 22 videos, to help our community feel like they were at the event. Unity speakers also received more than 200 questions during the 14 hours we were live from the Discord Stage.
Members of the Unity Insiders program were active during March, talking about the latest news on our Unity Gaming Services solutions and out of GDC. Check out some highlights:
Did you know that studios that use the Unity Asset Store ship games approximately 20% faster? Don’t take it from us, hear it directly from the creators surveyed as part of the 2023 Unity Gaming Report.
Taking to social media, here’s a roundup of some of our favorite creator showcases from Twitter in March:
Don’t forget to tag the @AssetStore Twitter account and use the #AssetStore hashtag when posting your latest creations.
Last but not least, here’s a non-exhaustive list of Made with Unity titles released in March. If you see any on the list that have already become favorites or notice that something’s missing, share your thoughts in the forums. Creating with Unity and not seeing your project on the list? Submit it here for a chance to be featured.