Unity 3D is a Game engine that allows developers to create 2D and 3D games, simulations, and interactive experiences.

It is used by game developers to build games for a variety of platforms, including mobile devices, desktop, gaming consoles and XR platforms

Unity 3D provides a range of tools and features that make game development more accessible to beginners such as a visual editor, physics engine, and asset store.

The visual editor allows developers to create game scenes and environments by dragging and dropping objects

The scripting language allows game developers to add functionality and interactivity to their games. Non-programmers can use Visual scripting.

The asset store provides a library of pre-made 3D models, textures, sound effects, and other resources that developers can use in their games.

Unity includes support for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) development, making it a popular choice for creating immersive experiences.

Unity 3D is designed to be cross-platform, meaning that games developed in Unity can be deployed to multiple platforms with minimal changes.

Unity 3D has a dedicated learning website to get started with Unity. It also has a huge community support across all social networks.

Unity is very beginner friendly and with all the support, anyone should be able to make a game in a short period of time using Unity.