So far, we have completed over 90 Unity projects. Below you can find the projects that we've worked on and that were allowed to share.
Code review and optimization for the Switch port of Cult of the Lamb. Bug fixing support for the PC version.
Porting a turned-based, tactical RPG from PC Steam to PC Microsoft Store, macOS and Xbox consoles.
Porting Eternights from PC to PS4 and PS5. Optimization for the PC version, tech art support.
Tools Up! is the first IP created fully by The Knights of Unity.
Porting the Sally Face game to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Porting the Midnight Fight Express game to consoles and Microsoft Store.
Porting Iron Danger to consoles. UX and UI support, tech art services.
Development support for the PC version and porting to consoles.
Knights supported mobile game - #DRIVE - by helping with multiplayer development and porting to Nintendo Switch.
The remake of Edna & Harvey: The Breakout developed fully by The Knights of Unity.
Porting the Chinatown Detective Agency game to Windows Store, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Porting The Wild at Heart published by Humble Games, from Xbox One to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
Porting Boomerang Fu from PC to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4
Knights supported Mousetrap Games in porting the JARS game from PC to Nintendo Switch.
Porting the downhill game - Trail Boss BMX - from mobile to Nintendo Switch.
Little Racer - dynamic racing game available on Nintendo Switch, which is the second (after Tools Up!) IP created fully ...
Knights supported the Humble Games and Studio Floris Kaayk teams during porting the Next Space Rebels game to Xbox and N...
Xbox patch development and bug fixing for Monster Prom: XXL
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