Make Games! published a huge list of indie titles, many of them free or trivially inexpensive, made using the wildly popular game-making software Unity—I know what I'll be doing next weekend! If you're feeling inspired, Make Games!' getting started page links to essential articles and Unity alternatives for developers of any skill level.

8 Responses to “Indie games made with Unity”

  1. dculberson says:

    “Genre: First Person Tweedpunk open world survival shooter (with mustaches)”

    I predict 3Q 2013 to be the time that Tweedpunk comes into its own.  Especially with mustaches.

  2. It is an awesome tool, I use it daily in my full time freelance work.

    • jackbird says:

      Can you suggest a ramping-up resource somewhere between the maddeningly-slow intro videos and “hey – here’s a full-fledged game to take apart – enjoy!” that seem to characterize  Unity’s own learning resources?

      • I found the 3DBuzz.com tutorials useful in the beginning step by step but to be honest most of what I do has just been thrown in at deep end and solving specific problems and built up my knowledge from that.

  3. Bucket says:

    Every time I try to use Unity I run headlong into a showstopper bug that hasn’t been fixed since it was first released.

    For example, trying to make a Tie Fighter play-alike, I find out that joystick support is completely broken and has been since forever. 

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