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Getting Started with Unity 5 by Dr. Edward Lavieri

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Views

Unity views provide the ability to see, or view, specific components of the project. There are five views in Unity.

The Scene view

Scenes in Unity are the equivalent to levels in a game. You'll have a different scene for every game level. The Scene view is where we put visual objects such as characters, buildings, terrain, and more. We can also move, rotate, and scale these objects in the Scene view by using transform tools, which we'll discuss in the next section. Take a look at the following screenshot:

The Scene view

The Game view

One of the great features of Unity is that we can play our game right in the game engine. This means we do not need to compile ...

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