Unity-Powered Games Top Apple’s Best of 2012 List

Last week, Apple highlighted the best games and apps of 2012. If you check out the list via the App Store, you might notice that many of the games in the spotlight share a common feature: They’re powered by the Unity engine, including The Room, Apple’s pick for Game of the Year.

Unsurprisingly, Unity’s sprawling success on the App Store makes the folks at Unity Technologies as proud as a cat with kittens. “It’s incredibly satisfying to see Unity empowering so many developers to create such an incredible variety of creative and engaging titles,” said CEO David Helgason in a press release. “We’re even more proud that so many of these games are seeing such critical and financial success. Congratulations to all of the developers and thank you for making us look so good!”

The following Unity-powered games got props on Apple’s Best Of list:

Game of the Year: The Room by Fireproof Games’¨

Best Casual Games: Mini Motor Racing by The Binary Mill, Bad Piggies by Rovio’¨

Best New Ways to Play: Slingshot Racing by Snowbolt Interactive, Total War Battles by The Creative Assembly, Splice: Tree of Life by Cipher Prime, Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin by Press Play, Beat Sneak Bandit by Simogo

ԬBest Fun Runners: Ski Safari by Defiant Development, Pitfall! by Activision

ԬBest Free to Play Games: CSR Racing by NaturalMotion

ԬBest Showpiece Games: ORC: Vengeance by Big Cave Games, Dead Trigger by Madfinger Games, Air Mail by N-Fusion Interactiveլ

Best Hidden Gems: Triple Town by Spry Fox’¨

Top Grossing App of the Year, iPhone: Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North by KABAM’¨

Top Paid: Temple Run: Brave by Imangi Studios, Bad Piggies by Rovio’¨

Top Grossing: Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North by KABAM, CSR Racing by NaturalMotion

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