Unity develops proprietary game software for web and mobile applications. It provides developers with a platform for creating 2D and 3D games. The Unity Social API provides access to a variety of social parameters including user profiles, achievements, friend lists, leader boards, and other player statistics. Since this API is asynchronous, developers deploying it must make a function call and register for callback that will signal the completion of that function.
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