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Unity is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies, and is the game engine used by ''[[7 Days to Die]]''.
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Unity is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies, and is the game engine used by 7 Days To Die.
   
Modders interested in adding custom blocks, sounds, and entities into the game would need to use Unity to package up their new content. Unity exports packages in Unity3D files using an Asset Bundle Export script.
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Modders interested in adding custom blocks, sounds, and entities into the game would need to use Unity to package up the their new content. Unity exports packages in Unity3D files using an Asset Bundle Export script.
   
 
== Assembling the Tool Chain ==
 
== Assembling the Tool Chain ==
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Alpha 17 - Unity Version 2018.2.x [https://download.unity3d.com/download_unity/cef3e6c0c622/UnityDownloadAssistant-2018.2.20f1.exe Download From Unity]
 
Alpha 17 - Unity Version 2018.2.x [https://download.unity3d.com/download_unity/cef3e6c0c622/UnityDownloadAssistant-2018.2.20f1.exe Download From Unity]
 
Alpha 18 - Unity Version 2019.1.x [https://download.unity3d.com/download_unity/292b93d75a2c/UnityDownloadAssistant-2019.1.0f2.exe Download From Unity]
 
   
 
=== Unity Asset Bundle Export Script ===
 
=== Unity Asset Bundle Export Script ===

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