AWS Game Tech Blog

Category: Customer Solutions

How Tafi is Democratizing Avatar and Character Solutions

This guest post is authored by Jesse Janzer, Director of Technology for Tafi, a leading provider of 3D avatar and character solutions. Tafi has over a decade of experience bringing digital avatar content to life. In addition, as the owner of Daz 3D, Tafi operates a digital marketplace with a global community of creators and […]

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Behind Great Games: AWS is How Game Tech Edition 2

Over the past year, many of us have felt compelled to escape into a game, even if only for a few hours. Technology has been our salvation and our solace. When we’ve been forced to stay apart, tech has helped us to feel connected, whether by racing strangers through virtual cities or teaming up to […]

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Unleashing the power of the Carbonated Studios team

Guest post authored by Carbonated Studios. (Editor’s note: This is the first in a blog series from our Lumberyard customers. We really appreciate the time they took to share their experiences in working with Lumberyard!) WHO ARE WE We’re Carbonated! We’re a smaller studio based in El Segundo, California, and comprised of vets from Electronic […]

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Building Our Game on AWS – Lessons Learned by Leaftail Labs

Guest post authored by Eli Tayrien, CTO and Co-founder, Leaftail Labs. Leaftail Labs was formed in 2017 by a pair of game industry veterans who saw exciting possibilities in mobile AR gaming. Our first game, Nibblity, recently launched worldwide, and we are excited to continue to deliver more excited content for you and your Nibblins […]

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How the power of voice can supercharge gaming

Doppio is a voice game developer based in the sunny part of Europe that has created voice game hits such as The Vortex, The 3% Challenge, and the iconic PAC-MANTM WAKA WAKA. Jeferson Valadares is a game veteran bringing his experience from renowned studios such as BioWare, Playfish, Digital Chocolate, and BANDAI NAMCO. Christopher Barnes […]

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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 in its creativity, but few studios are as immersive in their world building across multiple media as Ankama. The studio takes each of these […]

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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. After playing PUBG upon release, we knew within three days that the genre would become a mainstay in gaming. Even though none of us […]

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The Winds of Change: Lumberyard’s Road to NVIDIA PhysX Integration

Authored by Doug Erickson and the Amazon Lumberyard Physics Team When gamers think of gaming “physics,” they might think of realistic behaviors — simulated gravity, weight, wind, and motion. Or perhaps they think of vehicle dynamics, or ragdoll behaviors, or projectile velocities and weapon recoils. Overall, gamers think of game physics in terms of gameplay […]

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Using machine learning to understand a user community

This guest post is authored by Alexander Gee, co-founder of Oterlu AI. For two years I led a Child Safety team at Google in Silicon Valley that worked hard to keep children safe when using different online services. Over my career I have built up experience and know-how using technology to tackle everything from hate […]

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Behaviour Interactive introduces cross-platform play using AWS

Behaviour Interactive is one of the largest independent game studios. Based in Montreal, Canada, it has nearly 700 employees worldwide. In 2020, its most successful IP, the award-winning Dead by Daylight, celebrated 30 million players across PC, console, and Stadia, with another 10 million on mobile. Originally launched in 2016, much of Dead by Daylight’s […]

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