We go into this field with huge expectations and little by little you reduce your goals. It came to the point I no longer enjoyed working on this program. I was friendless and a hermit. Went to work and stayed home the rest of the night. For a solid three years I never met anyone, didn't hang out with anyone besides my brother. Creating games was my obsession and I'm glad I gave it up. In the past 8 months, I've met a plentiful amount of new friends, got a new job, met a beautiful woman and I feel whole. Sometimes hobbies are meant to stay hobbies. For me, I realized this entire thing was a crutch that was holding me back. I grew up on video games out of social unawareness. I was home schooled during my middle school years and the only life developments I made was games. It's been fun, but it nurtured an insecurity of not connecting with others that followed me throughout my adult life. In summary, Unity is awesome - but I'm glad I gave it up and honestly I don't miss this. It's somewhat useless information for me now, but it's okay. I don't habitually play video games anymore, I'm more interested in people. I'm out there for fun, I'm out there to connect. If you think this hobby is making you unhappy like I did, give it up. It's okay to move on. Cya fellas.