Building Windows Games with Unity Event

By Thomas Lewis March, 07 2013

On April 9th & 10th, Unity and Microsoft will be hosting a Building Windows Games with Unity event. This event is a free, two-day training being held in Mountain View, California in the United States but will also be live streamed online on Channel 9. The event is intended to help game builders and designers to port their Unity games to be published into the Windows Store and Windows Phone store.

You can go ahead and use the .ics calendar invite to put it on your calendar.

If you can't make it in person, no worries. You can view it live online. No need to sign up, just check out the online page on the day of the event. Content includes:

  • Introduction to the Windows 8 platform and the Windows Store.
  • End-to-End: Develop, debug and deploy a Unity game for the Windows Store.
  • Deep dive:  Tips & tricks for porting games from other platforms to Windows 8.
  • Differentiate: Integrate your game with Windows 8 platform features (such as contracts, notifications, and live tiles).
  • Sharing code:  Learn how to reuse all this new knowledge on the Windows Phone platform.
  • Partner sessions: Hear the lessons learned from those that have already done it.
We look forward to seeing you there and don't forget that your Unity game or interactive experience can also be submitted for Developer Movement where you can win great prizes with the apps you build.

 

 


By Thomas Lewis| March, 07 2013
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