In this week’s bonus edition of The TouchArcade Show, I do my best not to embarrass Eli in front of Unity CEO David Helgason. Helgason walks us through the formation of Unity, how it operates currently as a powerhouse engine company, and gives us a glimpse into the future of the engine across every platform, not just iOS. If you’re into the nuts and bolts, or just want to know a little bit more about the engine that powers just about every game you play, this is definitely the show for you.

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This week’s interstitial music is once again from Overclocked Remix. The re-mixer we’ve went with this week is the awesome always “Maze Dude.” Here’s the two tracks:

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  • VALIman

    Unity is great engine, some games that use it like Order & Chaos by Gameloft or upcoming Rock(s) Rider ( ) is awesome...

  • Joe

    Is someone typing during the interview?  The interview was great but the typing sound in the background was very annoying. 

    • Eli Hodapp

      Part of the reason we break these interview podcasts out to their own shows is because we have no control at all over the audio quality of our guests, including background noise, microphone quality, and everything else.

      • Brad Nicholson

        Aye. And we're totally aware of the sounds -- it's just a matter of being able to do something about it. In this specific instance, we couldn't. Sorry if it bothered you!

  • Steve

    Could we get a transcript?

  • Anonymous

    Really funny game, thank God that it is possible unlocking levels with the stars... also waiting for release Rock(s) Rider, its much more trials like game: