The game engine company Unity has once again gained notoriety for offending its users. This time, they've announced a $0.20 per install fee for games that surpass $200,000 in revenue. Of course, how they determine what constitutes a valid install is not something they're willing to share.
Almost every day, someone asks "Should I use GDScript or C# to make my Godot game?"
A lot of amazing advice has been given out on the Godot Reddit, the forums, various Discord servers, and just about anywhere people are talking about Godot — so let's write it up, once and for all!
Godot is a viable alternative to Unity — not just for early adopters, but for game developers and artists across the entire skill spectrum.
You've always dreamed of making that C# game, but engines have always made it too difficult — until now.