Started by DustiiWolf, December 16, 2013, 07:40:25 pm
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QuoteDesigned by ntny, Unity-chan appears to be more wild than demure. Various screenshots show her in high-energy poses, from happy smiles to a kick. Unity is far from the first company to use the popular anime style to breathe life into a mascot character. Earlier this year, Internet Explorer obtained an anime mascot named Inori Aizawa.Unity Technologies Japan will provide 3D assets of Unity-chan for game developers using Unity to download and use in games. The assets will be released in spring 2014. The company will also display the mascot at its exhibit at the Comic Market 85 event in Tokyo from Dec. 29-31. Unity Technologies Japan will distribute themed goods, and the character's voice actress will also be present. On sale will be official art of Unity-chan. A blog for Unity-chan will be available soon on the character's official website.
QuoteUnity-Chan has her own official website (thanks, Michael!), where she'll soon have her own official blog, as well as 3D assets to download, so developers can use her in games. She'll even have her own booth at the Comic Market 85 show in Japan, with limited edition posters and an art samples for the kids. PLooks like Unity-Chan is the product of a collaboration with Japanese RPG developer Gust, so I fully expect cameos in future Atelier games. PAnd then all of Japan started developing games on Unity.