Easily add x86 support for Android and Windows devices
Take your game to the biggest audience possible with the powerful combination of Unity, support for Intel® architecture, and the world’s two most popular operating systems.
Enabling existing Unity* projects with native x86 support is straightforward and easy with our support guides.
Check out the list of developers and their apps that have already successfully added x86 support: Spotlight: Intel® x86 and Unity* Contest Challenge Winners & Game On: Intel® x86 and Unity* Contest Challenge Success on the Android* Platform.
And here`s what some of our developers had to say about their experience adding x86 support: “That’s the Beauty of Unity*!” Intel® x86 and Unity Contest Challenge Winners Share Their Experiences.
Unity* Optimization Guide for x86 Android*
There are a number of performance optimizations you can apply to get the most out of the Android* x86 platform. In this guide, we will show a variety of tools to use as well as features in the Unity* software that can help you enhance the performance of the native x86 code. We will discuss how to handle items like texture quality, batching, culling, light baking, and HDR effects. Additionally, we also will show how to build an x86-specific binary for testing and other needs.Android device list
Optimization for x86 Android
By the end of this guide you will be able to identify performance issues and what they are bound to, key optimizations, and methodologies for good game development in Unity.Learn more
Adding x86 support to Android apps using Unity
This document walks through the steps to produce a fat APK that includes both x86 and ARM libraries from within Unity 4.6 or Unity 5 versions.Learn more
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