Here we go again: time for Round 2 of the Manchester Unity User Group!
After the last meeting sold out in record time, we've lined something extra awesome up for this one: a headline talk/demo by the creator of Tiny Keep Phi Dinh, who will be focusing on the use of procedural techniques in Unity.
As well as our headline speaker, we also have a few spots available for smaller talks/demos from the Manchester Unity community - if you're doing something cool with Unity and would like to show it to the world, drop us an email (or ask on the night, and we'll add you to the list if there's space).
The group is an informal meetup, and is open to absolutely everyone: all levels of Unity experience are welcome. We want this to be a regular chance for local developers to hang out, share ideas, demo projects, learn new things and generally have a good time.
For those who are unfamiliar with it, Unity is a game engine and development environment. Find out more here: http://unity3d.com/unity
This event is organised by Joe Robins of Unity3d, and Dan Hett of BBC Children’s and the Manchester Game Jam – but we want YOU guys to steer it and turn it into something awesome. Join us!