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Unity is always the hot topic when it is about the mobile game development process. It has been a well-established game engine with a range of popular games. Though, in recent times, Godot has been climbing up the chart. Let’s discuss more about the features of both the platforms. Unity is popular due to its great graphics, accessibility, and less coding. Furthermore, as it has huge community support, it is very easy to find Unity game development services. It has a really fast development process as it’s agile, makes it easy for simple models to test the concept, and includes a huge assets store. Even though it was used only for simple applications, now it enables the building of more complex games. Around 50% of all the games are made with Unity. 


Moving on, Godot is a relatively new and open-source game engine famous for beginners. It has been believed that the Godot game development engine has a really bright future ahead of it. It has been widely used in schools for learning, making it very unlikely to run into any problems for the developers. There are a number of factors through which you can analyze which one of these platforms can suit your project the most. Some of these are scripting, pricing, graphical quality, pricing, and community. All in all, Unity is ideal for implementing complex as well as small ideas. Godot will be perfect in case you are just starting with the game development. No one is better than no one; it all depends on the scale of your project and your expertise level.

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