We love open source and github for its capacity of never-ending projects. There are hundreds of new Unity projects developed by professionals and hobbyists every week, but there's not a single place where you can actually find them easily.
The idea behind UnityList is to provide an easy-to-use interface for finding and tracking all these awesome projects. Helping you find projects, tools, snippets and other stuff for Unity in a more lazy and browsable way. Updated hourly and organized neatly.
Why not the AssetStore?
AssetStore is governed by money, even those who put their projects as "free" won't resist the temptation to monetize their works. That's how the world works. UnityList can be seen as an alternative to Unity's AssetStore, and more pricesely as a place for priceless inspiration for becoming a better game developer.
How does it work?
Easy! We use complex algorithms, neural networks and three monkeys to crawl and retrieve all Unity projects from all sorts of source ( mainly Github for now ). Obviously our monkeys aren't perfect, so mistakes may happen from time to time and we sometimes end up getting non-unity related projects, but that's ok, they're monkeys after all, good monkeys.
How do I add my own repository to the list?
We used to have manual repository submission form, but we're no longer providing this feature.
Send us a tweet if your repository isn't on UnityList, we'll look into it and improve our crawler even further.
How come this website is so fast?
We use React for the frontend with a custom-built framework. Optimized for speed and minimal download size.
I'd like to support UnityList?
Share the link with any game developer you know! The development of this website heavily relies on motivation, and the best way to motivate, is to show that you care! Show some love, any advertising helps a bit.
How can I reach you?
Send me a message on twitter: UnityList Twitter
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