Which Is The Actual Game?(Max or no Max Screen)

This is a ignorant question and might seem confusing to many, but what screen is the actual game(meaning which one will you see on the actual device’s screen). I have my screen/game window set to Ipad Wide (1024x768). When I click maximize on play, the textures for the main menu become bigger to where they’re bigger than the title, and when I don’t click maximize on play they stay the same size as when viewing in small screen. So which one will I see on a Ipad Wide 1024x768? Or which one is right? Hope you guys understand me, and sorry again for the ignorant question.

It won’t scale anything bigger than resolution you have set, but when it uses lower resolution there should be text “Using resolution x” on top left corner of the Game screen.

Basically GameObjects will scale on resolution changes, but GUI won’t if not set. This will be problem if you try to run your game on different resolutions (on bigger resolutions GUI will be small and on small resolutions GUI will be big).

Here is a good script for scaling GUI from SilverTabby in JavaScript:

var native_width : float = 1920;
var native_height : float = 1080;
function OnGUI ()
    //set up scaling
    var rx : float = Screen.width / native_width;
    var ry : float = Screen.height / native_height;
    GUI.matrix = Matrix4x4.TRS (Vector3(0, 0, 0), Quaternion.identity, Vector3 (rx, ry, 1)); 
    //now create your GUI normally, as if you were in your native resolution
    //The GUI.matrix will scale everything automatically.
    GUI.Box(  Rect(810, 490, 300, 100)  , "Hello World!");

And my translation to C#:
float native_width = 720;
float native_height = 1280;

void OnGUI()
    float rx = Screen.width / native_width;
    float ry = Screen.height / native_height;
    GUI.matrix = Matrix4x4.TRS (new Vector3(0f, 0f, 0f), Quaternion.identity, new Vector3(rx, ry, 1f));
    GUI.Box(new Rect(810, 490, 300, 100), "Hello World!");