Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Pokemon Go Cost Only $3,000 US to make! Using Unity Public app maker! watch and phone news.

Make an app at Unity for under $1000 by clicking here. 

Unity platform is a platform for creating cell phone apps better games that are in 3-D. a lot of people like you and me can go to unity and buy again for US$1500 that is 95% finished. All you have to do is change some simple artwork PNG files. That is exactly what Pokemon Go did. The first time I ever open up hope mango it said created by unity. That is a splash screen that is on most unity games. Since that first update they have deleted that splash screen so nobody would know how cheap they made it. I am an app maker who has made over 12 different apps. So I recognize it when I see other app makers use these cheaper platforms. I personally could have made hope and go for under US$3000. And so can you. It's so easy and only takes a little bit of your time.

Something that's really hard to believe is that Nintendo paid US$30 million to get 30% ownership of the game. That purchase made everyone at Nintendo look like idiots. Not because the game is successful, but because they could've created the games themselves for under $3000. Nintendo's too lazy to make new and amazing games like they used to. Now they're relying on the little guys like you and me to make something that looks cool offer them the chance to buy it for 50,000 times the price and Nintendo would jump at it.

Below is what unity platform said about how pull can go has helped unity become more popular.

Unity states: 
Nothing Inspires Unity Quite Like Success

Barry Schuler, former AOL CEO
While Pokemon GO is enjoying massive worldwide financial success, it might be easy to forget the risidual effects the mobile sensation would have on the rest of the gaming industry - specifically where virtual and augmented reality are involved.

GamesIndustry.biz is reporting that as a result of Niantic's smash hit, Unity Technologies has been able to secure $181 million in investments, beyond that which was already committed by Sequoia Capital and WestSummit Capital. The money is meant to drive Unity's push into the AR/VR markets. Leading the investments were DFJ Growth and included China Investment Corporation, FreeS Fund, Thrive Capital and Max Levchin, with DFJ's Barry Schuler landing a seat on the Board of Directors.

Unity saw 4.2 billion games made with its development software hit 1.7 billion unique machines in the first quarter of 2016 alone, according to GamesIndustry.

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