AltUnity Tester v.1.5.5

We just released a new version of AltUnity Tester. Not the most exciting release as no new features were added, but we made some improvements by fixing several bugs. The most important fixes are: AltUnity no longer gets stuck when it tries to connect to the server.(Several people had this issue).  The port which is… read more

AltUnity Tester Version v.1.5.3

Another small release in which we fixed several bugs and added a new feature. Mismatch versions One of the biggest problems we encountered is that our users had problems if they used a different version of the server and the driver. We tried to make AltUnity Tester backward compatible meaning that if you update to… read more

AltUnityTester v.1.5.0, v.1.5.2

AltUnityTester v.1.5.2 This is a small release in which we fixed several bugs caused by 1.5.0.  We also made some improvements on the GUI and added a new command GetPNGScreenshot which will make a screenshot of the game in png format. For more details about all the changes check: https://gitlab.com/altom/altunity/altunitytester/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md AltUnityTester v.1.5.0 What’s new:  Refactoring… read more

AltUnityTester Update – C# Editor Tests, More Actions and Java Bindings

Today we just released an update for AltUnityTester (v. 1.2), a Unity3d plugin that enabled UI automation on games and apps developed in Unity. We described the reasoning behind AltUnityTester and our motivation in a longer blog post, here: https://altom.com/altunitytester-unity-using-appium The first version of the plugin relied heavily on Appium for all interaction with elements,… read more

AltUnityTester – Testing Unity games and apps using Appium

AltUnityTester is an open source tool for Unity testing that lets you find and interact with elements from a Unity app/game from your Python Appium scripts. Before going into details about AltUnityTester, I want to tell you a bit about my own context and the struggles I’ve had in mobile games automation.

Mobile Game Testing Ideas

After testing a few of mobile games on iOS and Android, I worked with my colleagues from Altom on putting together a mindmap with our ideas on aspects that you should think of when starting to test a game on a mobile phone.