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Using Unity as a Library in other applications

In some scenarios, developers using native platform technologies such as Java/Android, Objective C/iOS, or Windows Win32/UWP, want to include Unity-powered features in their games or applications. These features might use 3D or 2D real-time rendering, like AR experiences, interaction with 3D models, 2D mini-games, and so on.

Starting with Unity 2019.3, you can use Unity as a Library in other applications by integrating your content and the Unity runtime components in a native platform project. The Unity Runtime Library exposes ways to manage loading, activating, and unloading within the native application.

The following platforms currently support Unity as a Library:

To determine platform versions and other dependencies, see the system requirements page.

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When hosted by another application, Unity doesn’t control the runtime lifecycle, so it might not work in all scenarios. Known limitations include:

  • On Android and iOS:
    • Only full-screen rendering is supported. It’s not possible to render only on a part of the screen.
    • When Unity is in an unloaded state (after calling Application.Unload), it retains some amount of memory (~100Mb or less) to be able to instantly switch back and run again in the same process.
  • On iOS, if the Unity runtime quits entirely (after calling Application.Quit), it’s not possible to reload Unity again in the same app session.
  • You can’t load more than one instance of the Unity runtime, or integrate more than one Unity runtime.
  • You might need to adapt your native and managed plug-ins to work properly.

  • Unity as a Library added in 2019.3.NewIn20193
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