Create unique space scenes with a single mouse click. Save money, distribution size, and memory through a modular approach to replace skyboxes.

Hundreds of textures up to 4096×4096 (stars, nebulas, galaxies, planets, moons, rings, asteroids).
Fully automated with optional custom filters to create specific moods.
Camera effects and infinite asteroid fields. Fully documented and optimized C# scripts, detailed PDF documentation and video tutorials.


SPACE for Unity is one of the coolest space creation assets on the store, with a supremely easy to use interface and a one click installation as advertised, this pack gives you everything you need to create an awesome space game!



While No Mans Sky wasn’t the first game to offer an endless universe, it was the game that inspired a lot of people to finally make their creative ideas into a real project and this asset gives any developer just what they need. The system by default is setup to random spawning but the simple interface allows you to select/deselect objects to be spawned in, allowing you full customization over how the scene is generated and looks. You can customize everything from galaxies, nebula’s, volumetric clouds, planets (planet rings, moons, etc.) and the list goes on!

Customization allows color, position, cycles and much more, giving you full reign over creating a custom and dynamic environment specifically for your game.



With the latest update you also get a really cool warp setup that allows the player to quickly warp across space without loss of environment, selected asteroids will always spawn around the player no matter where they are, as well as other selected properties (visuals, planets, etc).



While the price is a little high, what you get back in return is definitely worth it!



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