We started this year with new releases, a lot of ideas and action plans for 2021. The first good news is that the AltUnity team has grown. This will allow us to release more often, add more features and provide more support! Here’s what happened so far and what we plan to do next. What… read more
UPDATE: AltUnity Inspector was released. You can start a 7day free trial here. The alpha phase of AltUnity Inspector is ending and in a few days, we will release something way better – AltUnity Inspector v 1.0. A few months ago we launched the alpha version of our new AltUnity Tool and invited our community… read more
UPDATE: The alpha phase of AltUnity Inspector has ended. Check out this article on what’s next: https://altom.com/altunity-inspector-1-0-vs-alpha-whats-going-to-be-different/ AltUnity Inspector‘s main goal is to allow games to be explored and inspected outside of the Unity Editor, on the platform the game was built for. This approach is very similar to the Appium Inspector or to the… read more
Running some automated tests for multiplayer games can sound like a real challenge for most of us. So we decided to write an article and present how to make the setup to run tests on two devices in parallel. You’ll see references to AltUnity tester in this article, as we use it in most of… read more
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 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.