Creating organic shapes like trees can be an interesting side project for potential game developers. You can use the same logic to create levels or other complicated logic structures. In this tutorial, we will be creating 2D tree shapes in Unity using two different approaches: Fractal and L-System.
Unity is a multi-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies and is used to create video games and applications for a multitude of devices (PC, consoles, mobile devices, and even websites). Unity’s core advantages are its robustness and portability; Unity targets several known APIs such as Direct3D, OpenGL, OpenGL ES, and the recent Vulkan.