Announcing a New Game Tech Video Tutorial Series: Building Games on AWS

AWS Game Tech is excited to announce “Building Games on AWS” — a new YouTube series pioneered by Game Tech Solutions Architects that focuses on teaching game developers how to use...

Building a Presence API using AWS AppSync, AWS Lambda, Amazon Elasticache and Amazon EventBridge

Introduction When developing a video game, whether single-player or multiplayer, social and competitive features help create a network effect and increase players’ engagement. These features usually require a backend API. Among...

Centralize your Game Production Assets on AWS With Perforce Helix Core

This is the second article of a two-part series. Start with part one, Build Perforce Helix Core on AWS. The need for a fast and scalable version control system has always...

How AWS Game Tech helped three indie devs launch a game-as-a-service

This guest blog is authored by Shaun Randall, Product Lead and Developer, Edenic Era LLC. Edenic Era LLC started in 2018 with three friends who dreamed of releasing a game together....

Introducing the Amazon GameLift FleetIQ adapter for Agones

Authored by Jeremy Cowan, Principal Specialist SA, Containers, Trevor Roberts, Senior Solutions Architect Launching a new game title carries a certain amount of risk, requires a fair amount of investment, and...

The Future of the Lumberyard Build System

Authored by Esteban Papp, Senior Software Development Engineer on the Amazon Lumberyard team. There’s a Spanish proverb I think about a lot while developing for Amazon Lumberyard: “En casa de herrero,...

How Ankama shifted its analytics into the cloud using Amazon Redshift

The creatively inspired studio behind Dofus and Wakfu explains how it transformed data into insights with new architecture and data warehousing. The games industry is fierce in its competitiveness and remarkable...

Amazon GameLift announces general availability of six new regions

Today, we’re excited to release an update to Amazon GameLift that increases global coverage for developers, while providing seamless, low-latency gameplay experiences for players worldwide. GameLift, an AWS managed service for...

Clearing the first hurdle: Python Asset Builder

Hello! I‘m Mike Cronin, a programmer writer with the Lumberyard documentation team. I’ve been a long time game developer, going all the way back to the days when arcades were still...

Building a Smarter Foundation: Math Improvements in Lumberyard

Authored by Karl Berg, Principal Engineer on Amazon Lumberyard Nothing pushes the computational power of modern computers quite like real-time 3D games. From the vector algebra used to transform 3D scenes...
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