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Unity 3D: An alternative to Flash for highly interactive content?

3 Responses to “Unity 3D: An alternative to Flash for highly interactive content?”

  1. Ryan says:

    I’m not sure it offers excellent support for 2d. You have to either use a third party sprite manager, or use 3d models and fix x and y axis rotation. Neither are very attractive solutions.

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