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Unity Android Game Development by Example Beginner's Guide by Thomas Finnegan

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Differences between Pro and Basic

Unity comes with two licensing options, Pro and Basic, which can be found at https://store.unity3d.com. In order to follow the bulk of this book, Unity Basic is all that is required. However, real-time shadows in Chapter 4, Setting the Stage – Camera Effects and Lighting, the whole of Chapter 5, Getting Around – Pathfinding and AI, and some of the optimization features discussed in Chapter 9, Optimization, will require Unity Pro. If you are not quite ready to spend the $3,000 required to purchase a full Unity Pro license with the Android add-on, there are other options. Unity Basic is free and comes with a 30-day free trial of Unity Pro. This trial is full and complete, just as if one has purchased Unity Pro. ...

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