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Category: Amazon Lumberyard

Anti-Ghosting with Temporal Anti-Aliasing

Game developers like to customize their technology to deliver the experiences they want to share with players. The Grand Tour Game was no exception. Starting with many of Lumberyard’s rendering features, we added new innovations to the engine to achieve the results we wanted. You can download Lumberyard here and try implementing this technique yourself. For The Grand […]

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Build Immersive and Ambitious Game Experiences

Game development isn’t only about game services and connected features. It’s also about building immersive, ambitious experiences unconstrained by technology. Looking to build fast and keep players playing? That’s where Amazon Game Tech can help. Amazon Game Tech provides tools and services that empower game developers, helping them craft innovative experiences that delight their customers. […]

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Build better games faster with a modular AAA game engine on AWS

Game engines get a lot of attention from developers and players alike, and rightly so. They are the foundation from which every game is built. Modularity improves game development productivity in Amazon Lumberyard, the free, cross-platform, AAA game engine. Its cloud gem framework makes for easy integration with AWS to access its full range of reliable, […]

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Over 190 updates come to Lumberyard Beta 1.18 – Available Now

Over the past several months, we’ve been working closely with teams shipping games on Lumberyard to harden our technology and systems. Today, we’re excited to make more of that tech available to you with the release of Lumberyard Beta 1.18, which includes over 190 improvements, like a fast analysis mode for asset processing (which can […]

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Major slice workflow improvements come to Lumberyard Beta 1.17 – Now Available

Everyone loves surprises—especially around the holidays. Turns out our engineers recently made some exciting workflow improvements to the slice system that just couldn’t wait until the next big update. So today, we’re excited to release Lumberyard Beta 1.17, featuring over 70 updates to accelerate your minute-to-minute workflows. You can download it here. Download Lumberyard 1.17 […]

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Massive Memory Refactor introduced in Lumberyard 1.16 – Available Now

Our efforts to constantly improve and evolve Lumberyard continue today with the release of Lumberyard Beta 1.16. With over 250 new features, fixes, and improvements, this release introduces a significant architectural update to the memory management system, dozens of improvements to our animation and cinematics systems, and more. Let’s dive in. Download Lumberyard 1.16 today […]

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New Cloud Gems in Lumberyard Beta 1.15 — Available Now

Download Lumberyard Beta 1.15 here Thanks to your feedback, we’ve added over 270 improvements in Lumberyard Beta 1.15. With this release, we’re focusing on how Lumberyard’s integration with AWS enables game developers of all sizes to connect their games and accelerate game development. Lumberyard Cloud Gems make it easy to build popular cloud-connected features using […]

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Major updates come to Script Canvas with Lumberyard Beta 1.14 – Available Now

Our push to improve and optimize new systems in Lumberyard continues today with the release of Lumberyard Beta 1.14. Fans of visual scripting, this release is especially for you… Download Lumberyard Beta 1.14 here With over 200 updates in this release, we’re excited to roll out improvements and features that continue to help customers build […]

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Behind the scenes with Axis Animation

We call Amazon Lumberyard a game engine, but in fact, its real-time rendering technology also opens it up to other creative projects beyond game development. Take animation, for example. Lumberyard has the tools you need to generate film-quality animations, with the ability to tweak details like lighting, cameras, and layout in the editor all in […]

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Lumberyard Beta 1.13 is here

Where the last two Lumberyard releases were all about introducing new foundational systems (such as EMotion FX and Script Canvas), our next two releases will focus on optimizing those systems and making the engine easier to use overall. Today, we’re excited to roll out the first of these releases with Lumberyard Beta 1.13. Download Lumberyard […]

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