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How to publish your Unity game as a UWP app

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Unity is a fantastic utility for creating graphically-rich high-performance games and apps. Using the editor, you can quickly create 2D and 3D worlds, and define interactions, game logic and physics rules in easy-to-understand C# scripts. Apps created by Unity run on multiple platforms, including Windows 10. In this video, we'll cover the steps required to publish your Unity app to the Windows Store. For more information, see Publish a Windows 10 Game with Unity 5 or this video.

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  • lol... was looking for info on Unity & Windows 10 and I noticed you just published this.  Thanks.  Do you know if there is good content on:

    1) Incorporating Microsoft Ads into Unity projects?

    2) Using Azure Mobile Services for Scoreboard, etc.?

    3) How to handle in-app purchases in Unity 3d w/ integration into Windows Store?  i.e. maybe this is a FREE game, but the user can purchase extra scenes/levels???

    Thanks.

    Stephen

  • Alexandre CarvalhoAlexandre Carvalho

    Hi Microsoft,
    Please make a tuturial for:

    1) Incorporating Microsoft Ads into Unity projects?

    2) Using Azure Mobile Services for Scoreboard, etc.?

    3) How to handle in-app purchases in Unity 3d w/ integration into Windows Store? i.e. maybe this is a FREE game, but the user can purchase extra scenes/levels?

    I NEED THIS PLEASE!

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