Download all for game development: engines, resource packs, assets

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Unity Asset Bundle 5 – November 2018
Unity Asset Bundle 5 – November 2018 | 5.77 GB
Author Alex
2018-11-13
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Unity Asset Bundle 4 – November 2018
Unity Asset Bundle 4 – November 2018 | 4.63 GB
Author Alex
2018-11-10
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Unity Asset Bundle 3 – November 2018
Unity Asset Bundle 3 – November 2018 | 1.39 GB
Author Alex
2018-11-8
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Cubebrush – Retro Mid Century Mod Props VOL.2 [UE4+Raw files]
Cubebrush – Retro Mid Century Mod Props VOL.2 [UE4+Raw files] | 453 MB
Author Sonya
2018-11-8
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Unity Pro v2019.1.0A8 for Win
Unity is a cross-platform computer game development environment. Unity allows you to create applications that run on more than 20 different operating systems, including personal computers, game consoles, mobile devices, Internet applications and others. The release of Unity took place in 2005 and since then there is a constant development.
Author Alex
2018-11-6
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Cubebrush – Retro Mid Century Mod Props VOL.1 [UE4+Raw]
Cubebrush – Retro Mid Century Mod Props VOL.1 [UE4+Raw] | 353 MB
Author Alex
2018-11-5
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Unity Asset Bundle 2 – November 2018
Unity Asset Bundle 2 – November 2018 | 3.96 GB
Author Alex
2018-11-2
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Unreal Engine Marketplace – Asset Bundle 1 November 2018
Unreal Engine Marketplace – Asset Bundle 1 November 2018 | 3.08 GB
Author Alex
2018-11-1
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Unity Asset Bundle 1 – November 2018
Unity Asset Bundle 1 – November 2018 | 4.78 GB
Author Alex
2018-10-24
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Cubebrush – Real Rocks and Stones pack I
Cubebrush – Real Rocks and Stones pack I | 3.6 GB
Video games are fun. We doubt there would be anyone that will beg to differ. Playing video games is one of the most fun activities out there. All that fun talk leads us to a simple conclusion, we need to make game development fun as well. That's why we are letting you download game development software and assets. We are striving to make this experience FUN for you. You can then give us a link to the game you've made. That would pretty nice of you.
So, the game development category is split into three sections. We have Unity Assets, Unreal Assets, and Game Engines. Let's start with the Game Engines, because what the hell are you gonna do with no engine. You can download Unity Pro 2018.1.4f1 (the latest version at the time of writing) with several built-in add-ons. Of course, you know that Unity is among the most popular engines out there. There are many great-looking games built on Unity, including Life is Strange, Pokémon Go, Firewatch, and the endlessly confusing White Day: A Labyrinth Named School remake. There are plenty of great games taking full advantage of everything that Unity has to offer. We have GameMaker Studio 2 for you to download. We have Scirra Construct (2D games engine), we have Buildbox 2.2.9 (doesn't require any advanced programming knowledge), we have Game Guru, we have Autodesk Stingray 2017 thrown in there for good measure. Don't know about you but we do think this is an impressive list of engines that we have for you here. Pick the one that you like the most. Or just go ahead and pick Unity.
Speaking of which, we have plenty of great assets for the aforementioned engine. We have such packs as, for example, Scrap city assets for Unity by Cubebrush filled with amazing-quality steampunk-esque assets. We also have bundles that contain pretty much everything you will ever need within a specific aesthetic. We also have plenty of Unity Asset Megapacks, you're getting over 20 GB of great-looking assets – terrain, water, ropes, menus, HUDs, you name it. These megapacks are the only thing you will ever need, if we are being honest. Well, for the time being, at least. You need to diversify, you need to get a little bit elaborate in order to finish up your game and make it look good.
We also have a bunch of high-quality assets for Unreal Engine development. Now this collection, we are incredibly proud of it. We have Advanced Locomotion System v3, we have Unreal Engine Marketplace (Roman style), we have stuff like 15 photoscanned ground materials for UE4 – Green and Gray Pack 01, Procedural Landscape Ecosystem, etc. It's pretty damn hard to actually figure out which category is bigger/better, but we're just gonna go ahead and say that we prefer Unity for some reason. It just feels better, so maybe there's greater number of items featured in the Unity-related categories. Who knows. We tried to stay impartial, but, screw it, go ahead and try Unity. Pick the best assets and BOOM, you almost have a working build (but not really). Easy-peasy!
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Do you need a Sound Editing category (audio soft, samples, etc)?