Published 2 years ago
Windows; Mac; Linux; iOS; Android; HTC Vive; Oculus Rift; WebGL
space is a massively multiplayer world, filled with user generated content. Extending the Unity3D editor, space lets you build, share and sell games, scenes and characters to anyone in the world.
space is a massively multi-creator world. A social and game space built by anyone who can wield the Unity toolset.
All the content in the world is created and uploaded directly using the Unity Editor. Space makes it easy to create, share, upload and sell content to end-users collaboratively. You can read more about developing and creating content on our space developer site.
The space social environment is built for a variety of activities - from multiplayer games and experiences, to social activities and live music; users' avatars can jump seamlessly from game to game. The built-in marketplace allows developers to sell everything from furnishings, props, scenes, whole games, add-ons, characters, clothing and more.
The space world is designed as a canvas that you can build whatever you like within, and share it with an audience easily. Content already made in Unity can often be imported into space with almost no effort at all; and you retain all the IP rights to your content.
Space combines all the features of a virtual world; open world creation, content mashing, real-time multi-player engagement, high levels of in-game customisation, built in shopping; with the best of Unity's game engine tools and the platform's own easy to use quest and game design systems.
When you upload content for space it automatically accessible on many platforms Unity already supports from PC, to WebGL and mobile. We automatically reformat and reprocess content so every user can access it regardless of device.
If you're interested in checking out the world - grab a client from and log in today; or join our registered developers and start creating your masterpieces.
Adam Frisby
Lead Developer - Programmer
Game Languages
English; English, British
Supported Platforms
Windows; Mac; Linux; iOS; Android; HTC Vive; Oculus Rift; WebGL