How to install Unity3D on Ubuntu 20.04


Today we are looking at how to install Unity3D on Ubuntu 20.04.  Firstly, we download the UnityHUB and make it executable as a program.  Then we open a terminal in the folder where the package is located.  Then we run two commands,  firstly we move the package to the /opt directory as many 3rd party applications store their data there.  Then we install a menu editor.  Next, we add unity to our menu by creating a menu launcher with the editor we installed.  Lastly, we launch Unity, activate it,  install an editor, and create and launch projects.  Enjoy!

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Commands Used:
1) sudo mv UnityHub.AppImage /opt/UnityHub.AppImage
2) sudo apt install menulibre

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