Amazon Game Tech Blog

Demonstrating Cloud Gaming Concurrency at Scale with Polystream and AWS Game Tech

We invited AWS APN Partner Polystream Platform Architect Scott Perham to write a guest blog. Learn how Polystream deliver 3D interactivity at scale using AWS services including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).  We are witnessing the next evolution of cloud gaming, 3D interactive apps like 3D car configurators and collaborative development using cloud-based tools but there […]

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Guest Post: How GameAnalytics reduce cost of HTTP(S) API’s on AWS

In this guest post, AWS customer GameAnalytics Senior Software Developer Magnus Henoch shares how GameAnalytics saves money on running its HTTP(S) API on AWS. At GameAnalytics we run all our systems on AWS, and have done so from the very beginning. This has allowed us to concentrate on building services and implementing features that our […]

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How Dead by Daylight survives the test of time using AWS

The games industry is increasingly investing in games that people play for longer and engage with more deeply. To get there, games are hitting marketplaces much faster and are iterated upon to regularly introduce new experiences that keep players coming back for months, or in Behaviour Interactive’s case, years. Montreal-based developer Behaviour Interactive is one […]

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New Asset Dependency System in Amazon Lumberyard 1.22 – Available Now

As our latest group of customers prepared their games for launch, they told us the most tedious part of shipping is figuring out which assets need to be in the final build. Today, we’re excited to release Amazon Lumberyard Beta 1.22, which introduces a fundamental change to the way Lumberyard handles game assets to make […]

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Now Available – Use EC2 for Session Based Multiplayer Workloads via AWS Global Accelerator

Good news for game developers working on session based multiplayer workloads. AWS Global Accelerator now allows you to front Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances directly. Previously, to route traffic to instances you needed to use an Application Load Balancer, Network Load Balancer, or Elastic IP (Elastic IPs are limited per account). This meant […]

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Game Developers Guide to Getting Started with Amazon DynamoDB

  We all know that a database is an integral part of many games. But, as a game developer, you want to dedicate all your time and expertise to building great games, not engineering databases. I get it, I’d much rather worry about fixing collision volumes, getting my frame rate up or making the perfect […]

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Catch a first glimpse of Hello Kitty AR: Kawaii World

She’s arguably the most famous pop culture icon in the world. The much-loved Hello Kitty character, founded by the Japanese Sanrio company, is one of the highest grossing media franchises in the world, instantly recognizable by fans everywhere. This month is Hello Kitty’s 45th birthday, and Sanrio is celebrating by teaming with Sweden-based game studio, […]

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Asking the industry experts at the AWS Loft Game Tech Day in Munich

The AWS Lofts are a place where like-minded developers can meet, share knowledge, attend educational sessions, and get in-person answers to AWS technical questions. At the recent AWS Pop Up Loft in Munich, we held a day dedicated to game tech. Here we sat down with TreasureHunt, DECA Games, and Ubisoft Berlin who gave us […]

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Get the most out of Game Tech at re:Invent

We have an exciting re:Invent planned for the games industry this year! This conference will be our biggest yet, with 60,000+ attendees, more than 2,000 technical sessions and dedicated tracks for game developers, engineers, and professionals alike. Tickets sell out every year. If you haven’t already, register for re:Invent today!  Here’s our roundup to help you […]

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