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Unity 3D Game Development by Example by Ryan Henson Creighton

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There are many different companies that offer packages of Unity-ready materials and models that you can license for use in your games. Licensing prices vary, but using these kits may be less expensive than hiring an artist or spending time creating these components yourself.

Unity Prefabs: These folks have built Twitter and Facebook integration kits, and host their own great collection of free tutorials to sweeten the deal.

http://www.unityprefabs.com/

ActiveDen: This network of sites offers tons of user-submitted prefab content. At the time of writing, they were still ramping up their Unity 3D offering. The great news is that you can build and submit your own turnkey Unity 3D kits and split the revenue with ActiveDen when visitors ...

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