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Unity brings games to Tizen through ‘Union’

Unity have announced that some of its games from its Union initiative will support Tizen Phones and Tablets.

“We are very happy to be putting Union games onto new Tizen operating system-based mobile devices,” said Oren Tversky, VP of Union.
“It’s awesome to be able to empower the Unity development community with more ways to bring their games to new audiences and monetise their content.”
“The addition of Union games for the Tizen store further expands the growing catalog of quality Tizen games,” added Tizen board member Christopher Croteau.

Source PocketGamer

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