Unity To Support Nintendo Wii
11:27 AM | Tuncer Deniz | 43 comments
OTEE today announced that the Mac-based development tool for creating games, Unity, will support creating games for the Nintendo Wii game console.
Here's more from the press release:
By marrying a flexible game creation tool with a console that opens up many new modes of gaming, this will empower game developers like never before. Unity invites experimentation and playful game construction and allows you to create functioning game prototypes in mere hours. From there on it provides solid tools for a team to scale up the production until the gold master. Unity is currently available to create games for the Mac, PC, and web-based games and the Nintendo Wii support is expected to be available later this year.
"This is the product combo of our dreams," says CEO David Helgason. "Ever since it was announced we've longed to give game developers access to the sheer creative fun of the Nintendo Wii."
Unity licenses start at $249 System requirements for Unity are Mac OS X v10.3.9, G3/500MHz or faster (including Intel) and ATI Radeon or Nvidia GeForce-based graphics card with at least 32MB VRAM.
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