Each of them has its pros and cons, but for me C# almost immediately came out as a clear winner. That is because it is fully object oriented and it's syntax is similar to Java and Actionscript 3, both of which I am experienced with. However, before I started to play with Unity3D, I never wrote a single line in C#, so I had to learn it from scratch. As you probably know C# was originally developed by Microsoft and is widely used in the .NET framework as well as in Silverlight development. Unity C# Tutorials. Have a question?
Building a hexagon map - Battletech virtual board. Location Deep in the heart of Texas Posts 281 I updated the webplayer with the package as I intend to release it.
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