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Windows Development Environment

To start working with the Unigine engine on the Windows platform you should install the UNIGINE SDK and additional software.

Prepare the Environment for Windows#


There are two ways to install SDK:

Additional Software#

To start your project with UNIGINE SDK you need to install the required software to prepare the development environment:

  1. Install Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 (Express Edition can be downloaded for free) or Visual Studio Code.
  2. Install Python 2.7 (can be downloaded for free).
  3. Install CMake 3.16 or higher (can be downloaded for free).
  4. Install .NET Core 3.1.x SDK (can be downloaded for free).
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