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Unity Mod Browser & Manager Video Tutorial

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We've added a video showing how easy it is to get mods installing in a Unity game using mod.io. Watch it on Youtube:

 

Available on the Unity Asset Store.

Test API Key: 2f5a33fc9c1786d231ff60e2227fad03
Test Game ID: 171

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