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#1 Lord Garfield   Members   

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Posted 08 May 2014 - 02:21 AM

Dear Sirs,

I know this question is asked allot but they alway's compare unity3D with or without 2D toolkit. I can't find articles about the new Unity build in 2D vs starling and air.

What I want to do is creating mobile apps for IOS, Android and Windows 8. Unity can do this.
Air is limited to IOS and Android. So this is already a good reason to use Unity. But in my case. I have a history of AS3 programming and also .net programming.

So I can also use AIR for IOS and Android and then reprogram the app in .net for windows.

Unity on the other hand is C#. I used to use vb.net. It is different but not that different. (And I also know PHP and Javascript)

So what do you suggest?

Unity, Starling, Haxe, something else?

Native is my last option. I do not like native. i like cross platform programming. In my opinion that is also the future (Look at websites but phonegap and Ludei are not there yet).

kind regards
Lord Garfield.



#2 Crichton333   Members   

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Posted 08 May 2014 - 05:14 AM

Actually you can code in Javascript for Unity. You listed that you coded in that before. It is not only C#.


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