I gave a talk at LUUG yesterday evening to a reasonably packed room at the Google UK office. The focus was how to go about making games in Unity3D that are performant – that run fast, smooth, and responsively. Specifically I focused on how to use the provided tools to find performance problems, as knowing how to find the bottlenecks is arguably more important than knowing a hodgepodge of situation-specific tricks and shortcuts.
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