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Hello Tomzaw
I think you should continue to use Unity to focus fully on your game.
Choosing another tool will cost you some time to learn it.

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Hi wesley, thanks for your answer, hmmm actually that's not a problem for me, I already know Unreal a bit. And I think I will end up using it eventually, because I also have future plans to make a 3D game and I probably will not acquire such visuals with Unity as with Unreal. So, it will be a good thing to me to make a simplier game with it first. :)

Edit: Hmmm, I see there is quiet huge lack of 2D platformers tutorials for UE4, so maybe will go with Unity.