How to install Unity and other tools for your game in Unity 3.0

Unity 4 is coming out on December 1, but you can already play some of its new features on the new Unity 3 game engine.

The latest version of the game engine is designed for games like Unity 3 and lets developers add a lot of new features to the Unity game engine to make it faster and more flexible.

You can also install new Unity features for Unity 4 on other platforms and even on older versions of the Unity 3 engine.

To help you install new features, here are the instructions for getting started with Unity 3 on the latest Unity 4 version of Unity.

1.

Download the latest version for Unity.

2.

Install Unity 3 from the Unity Asset Store.

3.

Open Unity and open the Unity Settings panel.

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Select the “Engine” tab.

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Select “Custom Tools” in the bottom right corner.

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In the “Tools” pane, click the “Add Custom Tools” button to open the “Custom tools” dialog.

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In a new window, enter the path to the project folder where Unity 3 is installed and the path where Unity 4 will be installed.

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Click OK. 9.

Now that you have Unity 3 installed and Unity 4 installed, open the main Unity menu and select “Custom Tool”.

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In Unity 3, choose “CustomTools” from the main menu.

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In “Custom” choose “Tools for Unity”.

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Select a folder to install the tools to. 13.

Click the “OK” button.

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Now the Unity tools will be available in Unity 4.

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Open a new project in Unity.

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Enter the name of the new project.

The default name is “My Game”.

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Enter a name for the new tool.

The name is what the tool will be called in the Unity project.

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In your new project, enter a name that is similar to the name for your Unity project in the “My Project” tab in the Settings panel, such as “MyGame”.

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Now in the main Settings panel under “Tools”, choose “Add Tool”.

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Enter “Unity” in your name, then click OK. 21.

In that window, you can install the new tools to your project.

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If you are using Unity 4, you should also click “OK”, then select “Open a new Unity project”.

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Open the Unity Project in the new game.

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In each window, click on the “Load Assets” button in the upper right corner to load your newly created Assets.

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You should see a “Load” icon appear.

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Now open your new Unity Project and drag the newly created assets to your Unity window.

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Drag the new Assets in your Unity Window to the left or right of your Unity Project window.

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Now your Unity Game window should have the new assets.

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Click “Create New Game” and follow the instructions.