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Unity Asset Store – 50 Free Assets to Get Your Game Started!


Coming up with a good game idea is not the hard part for many  people putting together their first game on a budget. The real challenge can often be found in the creation of the content for your game.

Creating environments, characters and props can be a very time consuming and technical challenging and is often a major reason why many games never see the light of day. I have compiled list of over 50 free assets from Unity’s incredible Asset Store that will help you worry less about content and allow you to focus more attention on actually building your game. The list includes characters, environments, props, vehicles, vegetation, textures, music, full Unity game projects and animations. I also included a link for those of you out there looking to contribute content to the Asset Store for free or for profit!

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  1. Nick Canafax
    February 7, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    Hello Richard,

    I think this list is great. 3 points of feedback:

    1) To see the names of the packages,

    2) Tutorials. The Tornado Twins make great tutorials and are super responsive to their community.

    3) Where’s the brains? I might have missed it, but I looked over the list and didn’t see an AI or pathfinding solution. One of the biggest challenges in a game is to make the character behave in a way that doesn’t take away from the over all experience. Unity has a few, free, AI packages (some better than others and some more complete than others).

    Overall, I’ll be saving this list and giving it out to people new to Unity with some extra links to AI if you don’t add them 🙂

    Thanks so much!

    • February 7, 2013 at 11:29 pm

      Thanks Nick,

      Your feedback is great! I will take a crack in making the list even better!.


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