Unity is a game engine which is used all over the world.
The Prefab and Scene created with Unity can be uploaded to STYLY.
In this article, I will show how to install Unity step by step.
The version to install (For STYLY）
When you upload a Prefab or Scene to STYLY, the recommended Unity version is ‘Unity 2017.4.15f1 (64-bit)’. However, Unity 2017.4.x is generally compatible.
In the following tutorial, I use Unity 2017.4.15f1 to show how to install.
Download the installer
Access the official site from the following link.
Unity 2017.4.15f1 can be found as the release on 12 November 2018.
In the download page, you can filter the versions by ‘2017.4’ (It is the fifth from the top in page 2).
Please download Window version or Mac version according to your PC environment.
Start installing Unity2017.4.15f1
Launch the downloaded installer (UnityDownloadAssistant-2017.4.15f1.exe). Then, it brings up the window as follows.
Accept the license agreement.
Select Unity components
Next, you are prompted to select Unity components to install as shown the following screenshot. You need to know which components to install, depending on your purpose.
If you use a Prefab or Scene created with Unity on STYLY, you need to install the following components.
- Windows Build Support (If you use Windows, it will be installed by default).
- Mac Build Support (If you use Mac, it will be installed by default).
- Android Build Support
- WebGL Build Support
- iOS Build Support
In this example, as I am using Windows, I checked ‘Mac Build Support’. If you use Mac, there is no ‘Mac Build Support’ component. So, select ‘Windows Build Support’ instead.
Please refer to the following article to learn more about the required environment to upload Prefabs and Scenes to STYLY.
Choose install location
Next, choose the install folder.
If the other version of Unity has already been installed, the same install folder could be selected by default and could be overwritten. If you want to install multiple versions, you need to select a different folder.
And, if you use Unity Hub, the file path will be ‘(specified directory)/Editor/Unity.exe’. Let’s choose a directory easy to remember.
Once you chose the folder, the installation will be started. It will finish in a few minutes.
That’s all. Unity has been installed now!