Hi, I want to continue to make my game but I deleted assets etc. from my PC long time ago. Is there a way to open or recreate already built game (ready to play with data and .exe) in Unity3d engine?
Answer by Benproductions1
Sep 17, 2013 at 11:25 PM
Short answer is: no.
However you can decompile a Unity 3D Game. Just look it up. Don't know how many assets you can get out of it though.
Hope this helps,Benproductions1
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