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Unity 3D Game Development by Example by Ryan Henson Creighton

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The Scene window

The Scene window is where you can position your Game Objects and move things around. This window has various controls to change its level of detail. Use these controls to toggle lighting on and off, and to display the window contents with textures, wireframes, or a combination of both. You can use the colorful gizmo in the top-right corner to constrain the window to the X, Y, and Z axes to view the top and sides of your scene. Click on the white box in the middle to return to perspective view. This is what the Scene window looks like when you start a new project or create a new Scene. You can think of scenes as levels or stages in your game.

The Game window

The Game window shows you what your players will see. When you click on ...

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