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How to build a dynamic message of the day with AWS Lambda

A continual dialogue is a great way to engage your players and keep them coming back to your game long after launch. By sending a message to your players’ devices every day, you can encourage them to explore a new map, equip a new weapon, or even make an in-game purchase. Today, we’re going to […]

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Case study: How Butterscotch Shenanigans keep a Levelhead with AWS

The games industry is a crowded and competitive place. A studio could spend over a year developing a game, to launch it alongside thousands of other new titles. In this hypercompetitive world of video games, it can be difficult for any game to succeed. And if you’re an independent developer, how can you cut through […]

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Build a Twitch Extension With an AWS Serverless Backend

Whether you are live streaming your band’s latest single or live coding a web app, the broadcaster community is creating and sharing content that viewers around the world can consume. The developer community is revolutionizing that experience by building interactive capabilities that allow viewers to directly engage with their favorite broadcasters through Twitch Extensions. Extensions […]

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Delight your players with game analytics

Game development is all about building an experience that will delight players. But, as a developer, how do you know which decisions are the right ones? Focus testing and market research can get you part of the way there, but nothing can provide better insight into player behavior than gathering real data from actual players. […]

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Pain in the Asset Library: How Machine Learning can make your production pipeline 1000x faster

Finding related textures in a texture library can be a black hole of wasted time. Using Amazon Rekognition, Amazon’s machine learning API, you can tag your textures and do searches to find them in seconds… In game development, we commonly have a large asset library of textures or scenes that become our “painter’s palette”. This […]

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