Here you can download the most recent version of Amazon Lumberyard. Lumberyard already includes samples to help you get started, but we also provide additional ready-to-use art assets and code to that you can use as examples and help you prototype your game more quickly.
If you are looking for previous versions of Lumberyard, please visit our Previous Versions page.
Amazon Lumberyard is a free, cross-platform, 3D game engine for you to create the highest-quality games, connect your games to the vast compute and storage of the AWS Cloud, and engage fans on Twitch. Includes full source.
A collection of game-ready wilderness assets you can use to build a forest scene or populate your own levels with vegetation and other natural features as might be found in a woodlands scene.
A collection of character, prop, and level assets with a 1950’s America beach city theme, with a side serving of Zombies. You can use these assets to prototype using Lumberyard, or just to test Lumberyard features. This is packaged with sample game code and a level (Beach City NightTime) featuring the assets set in a dark and stormy night.
The Legacy Game Sample (CryEngine GameSDK) contains all the code for a first-person shooter game, including complex animated characters, vehicles and game AI. A sample level is provided, utilizing the woodland sample assets. The code in this sample represents the most complete way to make a game today, but as we improve our workflows and underlying systems to make it even easier to build games, we will not be updating this Sample. Instead we will be introducing new samples. It is recommended that developers use this as a reference for how to write code using the legacy internal systems in Lumberyard.
For developers who wish to use Lumberyard to create iOS or Android games on OSX, we provide this download that contains additional tools that are required to configure the Lumberyard build system for your computer. This package contains the setup assistant, which will help you locate the required packages for Lumberyard, and the asset processor, which enables you to use the Virtual File System (VFS), so that you can iterate on assets without needing to rebuild and redeploy your game to a device.
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