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Getting Started with Unity by Patrick Felicia

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Unity3D's interface

By default, when we launch Unity3D for the first time, the project AngryBots should be open. The default layout is applied in Unity3D, and you will notice that the screen is divided into several sections or views (as highlighted in the following screenshot), including the following:

  • The Scene view labeled as 1, where we can visualize and modify the scene we have created for our game
  • The Hierarchy view labeled as 2, where we can see a list of all the objects included in our scene
  • The Project view labeled as 3, which contains all assets used in the current project
  • The Inspector window labeled as 4, which displays the properties of the object selected

The layout of this window can be modified using Window | Layouts. We can also resize ...

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