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Engine firm creates portal dedicated to showing off most impressive projects built with its widely used tech

New online showcase Made With Unity launched

Unity Technologies has launched a new website, Made With Unity, to serve as an online showcase for titles made using the popular game engine.

Announced during today’s opening keynote at Unite Boston 2015, the portal presents profiles on recently released games, trailers for upcoming projects and stories from developers about their experiences working with Unity tools.

There is also a section showing the coverage these games have received in the gaming press and the option to submit your own stories.

Titles already showcased included Lara Croft Go, Grow Home, Cuphead, Jotun and War Commander: Rogue Assault. You can find the site at madewith.unity.com.

According to a welcome post written by Unity’s Matt Fini, the company wanted to created something that would “go beyond a simple gallery page” and more in line with a director’s commentary.

“The site’s purpose isn’t aimed to be focused on our tech, in fact, just the opposite,” he wrote. “It’s a destination for game developers to speak to their audiences and offer an opportunity for amazing ideas to be discovered.

“Over the next few weeks you’ll see new MWU interviews, developer profiles, stories written by developers, clips and highlights of articles around the web, and new trailers showing off some incredible stuff. We plan to optimise the experience even further over time and listen to feedback carefully to shape it into something gamers and developers want to read.”

Fini teases that Made With Unity will eventually help promote discoverability but details will be announced at a later date.

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