Unity is a flexible and powerful development platform for creating multiplatform 3D and 2D games and interactive experiences. It's a complete ecosystem for anyone who aims to build a business on creating high-end content and connecting to their most loyal and enthusiastic players and customers. - https://unity3d.com/unity
Unity is available as an AUR package - in a binary or buildable package.
- Install it by running:
$ yaourt unity-editor
and choose the package that suits you.
- Install any missing dependencies.
After that the pkgbuild will fetch the relevant unity .deb file @ 949Mb it might take a while.
You'll also need a quite a fair amount of space available for yaourt to build the package.
If your /tmp is mounted as tmpfs you might run out of space - in that case edit /etc/yaourtrc and set the TMPDIR parameter to point somewhere that has available space. (and remember to change it back afterwards).
The unity-bin package installed weighs in at ( version 5.1.0f3+2015091501-1) 2843,87 Mb.
Once installed - unity can be started by running:
- If you don't have a unity account you can get one at Unity
- Once signed up (and confirmed) - you can log in - if this is the first time using unity you need to choose a license - to help you choose you can Checkout Unity's comparison chart
- Once set up and running head over to https://unity3d.com/learn and checkout unity's learning resources.