Many Unity developers were concerned with the fact that previous version of the SDK redirected users to the web-browser window to purchase in-game currency. Xsolla Unity SDK 1.1 provides a much smoother flow: the virtual currency store opens in game, without forwarding the user to a separate browser window. The choice of the virtual currency package and the payment system also takes in-game. The actual payment process is enabled in-game for certain payment methods as well.
Xsolla talked with Francisco Tufró from a small studio Nastycloud, situated in Argentina. We’ve talked about their recent project Nastycloud, which is currently gathering pledges at Kickstarter, and discussed the advantages of having a great active community.