By using the Unity game engine, you can create 2D and 3D content separately, use 2D and 3D elements in the same project, or make a 3D game simulate a 2D view in 2.5D.
2D games use flat graphics, called sprites, and don’t have three-dimensional geometry. They’re drawn to the screen as flat images, and the camera (orthographic camera) has no perspective.
3D games usually make use of three-dimensional geometry, with Materials and Textures rendered on the surface of Game Objects to make them appear as solid environments, characters and objects that make up the game world. 3D games usually render the Scene using perspective, so objects appear larger on screen as they get closer to the camera. Funtash Technologies have experts for 2D/3D games .Our 3D video Gaming projects are Speed Car Racing -Police Chase, Combat Army Commando 2017 and Real Cricket Runout Championship.