Unity's versatility lets its users easily create any genre of videogame. It lets you work with both 3D and 2D engines. You can also benefit from Direct3D and OpenGL technology—or decide not to, depending on your needs. Everything depends on where you want to take your videogame.
In fact, the most recent version of Unity is compatible with DirectX 11, which allows you to create games with truly spectacular graphics. And, what's more, you can launch these games directly in a browser thanks to one of the plug-ins included inside the engine.
The free version of Unity, which is available on Uptodown, includes the basic tools: a physics engine powered by NVIDIA PhysX, 3D audio, multiplayer capability, and dozens of other options at all levels.
Some well-known games that use Unity include, for example, Triple Town, Bad Piggies, Slender: The Arrival, Dead Trigger, Temple Run, Game of Thrones: Seven Kingdoms, and Wasteland 2.
Unity is one of most versatile videogame development platforms out there. And the proof of that is in the enormous number of projects that come out every day for both Windows and Mac and for Android and iOS.