Building a game is one thing, and showing it to your friends and family is another. However, eventually, you are going to want to ship and sell your game in one of the most challenging markets of games.
Your title has to shine—it has to enable features that other titles don't have to stand out and be noticed.
In this chapter, we will take a deep dive into what it takes to try and take advantage of the native platform features and make them available to your game that is running in Unity3D. This could be for notifications support, active or live tiles, location capabilities, or even in-app purchasing (Unity doesn't support in-app purchases currently, and it only supports full purchase).
The following topics will be ...