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Improbable urges Unity to unsuspend their license or clarify terms TechCrunch


Oct 4, 2018 9:16 AM 3+ mon ago

Improbable may be pissed at Unity, but they still desperately want them back. In a blog post titled “A final statement on SpatialOS and Unity,” the team at the cloud gaming startup aimed to tell their side of the story and implored Unity to “clarify their terms or unsuspend our licenses.” Unity is a game […]...Read more.

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