GitHUB SOURCE : https://github.com/UnityTechnologies/open-project-1/
Unity Open Project #1
Welcome! This is the repository for the first Unity Open Project, an initiative where Unity and the community collaborate together to create a small game, in an open source way. As of now the game is still unnamed so we just refer to it as Open Project #1.
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The dedicated sub-forum on the Unity Forums is where the Unity team and the whole community discuss and brainstorm ideas.
The public roadmap is the central location to know what’s coming to the game. Also a great way to find something to contribute on!
The #open-projects channel on the Official Unity Discord is where collaborators can meet for quick feedback and non-threaded discussion.
We would love to get your contributions into the game! Whether you create code, art, narrative, sounds; whether you feel you are experienced enough or not; there is probably something you can add to it.
To learn all about contributing, head to the Contribution Guidelines. For code style, scene hierarchy, and project organisation standards, read the Conventions document.
⚠ Please read the forums and check the roadmap before starting to work on big contributions!
If you feel like taking on some bugs, check out the Issues page on this very repo. In fact, another thing you could help with is by doing some QA testing: download the latest release of the game, play it, and report issues in the appropriate page. That’s also a great way to be part of this project!
This project is built on Unity 2019.4 LTS, whatever latest patch is available.
Play the game
Just want to try the game out? Head to the release page and grab the latest version.
We are looking forward to see what you will create ❤
- the Unity Creator Advocacy team
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