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I think Unity games are the best online games.
I really love those amazing 3D games :)
Do you like them also?
If you didn’t try them yet then you should check the Unity games portal:
If I wanted to play 3D game, I’d download one from Steam or buy a box from store. Entire appeal of flash games is that they can be run on non-gaming computers, and unity games are worse resource hogs than even terribly written flash ones. Also story/balance/entertainment \>\> crappy 3D graphics in some p2w shit or some other poorly made game which tries to hide lack of content behind “pretty” graphics. 3D for sake of 3D is stupid.
On a side note: seems like your account was made (almost) entirely to promote other website. There should be some rule on Kong that forbids it.
> *Originally posted by **[Seizan\_7](/forums/3/topics/336994?page=1#posts-7048932):***
> If I wanted to play 3D game, I’d download one from Steam or buy a box from store. Entire appeal of flash games is that they can be run on non-gaming computers, and unity games are worse resource hogs than even terribly written flash ones. Also story/balance/entertainment \>\> crappy 3D graphics in some p2w shit or some other poorly made game which tries to hide lack of content behind “pretty” graphics. 3D for sake of 3D is stupid.
> On a side note: seems like your account was made (almost) entirely to promote other website. There should be some rule on Kong that forbids it.
Well, they use more resource than flash games, but they are simply more advanced than flash games in graphics. My computer has no problem with unity games. It is not like they demand ultra high-end computers. Also, they aren’t always p2w.
@Seizan\_7 Unity games are cross-platform and use the resources of the device very efficiency, so the graphics is smooth and clear like I never saw in Flash games, also the 3D graphics is amazing. I know many Unity games which are very interesting and with excellent story.
I’ve had mixed experiences with Unity. Some developers use it to make fantastic games that are super entertaining while other use is and make low quality 3D games that keep me interested for about 5 minutes.
> *Originally posted by **[jael78](/forums/3/topics/336994?page=1#posts-7407667):***
> I never try to play unity games yet but like to give that a try.
You should really give it a try, you won’t be disappointed :)
How are some of you complaining about Unity being a resource hog? How old are your computers? My laptop, which struggles with minecraft, can run Unity with no problems at all.
I mainly play Multiplayer Unity games. One of the best Unity games that I’ve played is Freefall Tournament. It’s on Kong, as well as it’s own site (Although I prefer playing from Kong).
I love Unity. I mean that, I LOVE their engine. As a developer, I appreciate the ease of use, cross-platform distribution options, efficient 3d engine, and versatile physics engine. My best received game, GodSpace Galactic, wouldn’t have been possible if it weren’t for Unity being both 3D and having a great built-in physics engine that I could use in a browser-based game. If I had tried it with flash, it would have been 2D, which there is absolutely nothing wrong with, but it’s so much cooler to explore the star system that you just made in first person. And if I had used UDK, Gamemaker, or any of the other engines, I wouldn’t have been able to post to Kongregate and meet the fans that I have had the chance to get to know and collaborate with. So for all of you Unity haters out there, why? Thanks to Unity, I have had the ability to express my artistic desires, and interact with some really inventive and creative people. And while that may just be my experience as a developer, I’m sure the other devs would agree, and I’d like to think that there’s at least one person that I entertained with my game, which would make it all worth it. So yeah, more computers can run flash, but some games are only possible with engines like Unity, so don’t knock them until you’ve seriously tried them.
And as far as good Unity games, here’s a couple: You Are the Road (fun concept), SolaSim (GodSpace’s cousin game), Aurora (another well done solar simulation), Nature Treks (absolutely gorgeous game!), and many more!
@Pirouline Offensive combat is a great Unity game!
I agree with the comment made that unity is a horrible resource hog. The engine uses so much resources it is no longer the same level as simply just playing a flash game. That being said these unity games are full fledged full graphic 3d games and if you have a decent (not even great) video card and enough ram they can be great.
> *Originally posted by **[mosted](/forums/3/topics/336994?page=1#posts-9213953):***
> Seems like that they lost quiet many players isnce the end of support from chrome
Indeed but Firefox still support Unity plugin, so you can still enjoy those amazing games in your browser.
I do not really like it….
In fact, ever since they became a thing, it just happened than the games quality begain to decline…. I wonder why….
If I wanted to play 3D I would go get an AAA title. Flash should of have stayed simpler and somewhat basic, that was their appeal….
To me, the appeal of Flash games have always been the fact that they’re free (being able to run them on my laptop from 2009 with integrated graphics is simply an added bonus). It’s convenient being able to play a decent game without having to spend anything at all. Unity games are therefore just Flash games with better graphics.