If you're a game developer using Unity, Microsoft is hoping that you'll port your games to Windows and Windows Phone. Hosting a Unity game porting lab in Seattle on August 19, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 8 PM, a "team of Microsoft experts will be available to help you quickly get started with porting your Unity games to Windows and Windows Phone" at the Westin Seattle.
For interested developers, the event is free though space is limited so you will need to register. Microsoft will also have a variety of different devices available so that users can test their apps right away.
Developers can hit the link to register or click on the source link below to learn more about the event from Microsoft.
Hopefully, this will lead to even more exciting new games and apps for Windows Phone. Do you have an app or game to port? What would you like to see at the porting lab? Sound off in the comments.
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