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Working with Lumberyard’s Script Canvas: Project N.E.M.O Sample Now Available

Today, we’re excited to introduce a ready-to-use Amazon Lumberyard sample called Project N.E.M.O to help you get started with Lumberyard Script Canvas , our visual scripting tool. We first gave you a sneak peek of Project N.E.M.O at GDC 2019. And following the release of Lumberyard 1.19, we’re happy to give you the full download so […]

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How to defend games against DDoS attacks

When launching a new game, it’s critical to ensure your players can access and enjoy it without interruption. That’s why you need to protect your game against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Fortunately, if you’re building your game on AWS, you’re already protected against many common DDoS attacks. This post explores the architecture decisions […]

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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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Now Available – Lumberyard Beta 1.10

Today, we’re excited to announce the availability of Lumberyard Beta 1.10, our biggest release to date with over 546 improvements, fixes, and features. You can download it here. Since launching last February, we’ve modified, ripped, and replaced over 50% of the original codebase. Thanks to your feedback, we’ve made some great progress—but there’s still a […]

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Coding: The Next Generation

    As part of the Lumberyard team I’ve recently had the unique opportunity to partner with Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization that focuses on the importance of inspiring, educating, and equipping young women for futures in computer-related fields. But, like most things, it didn’t start out so simply. Let me tell you my […]

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Welcome to the Amazon GameDev Blog!

Hi, my name is Eric Schenk, General Manager for Amazon Lumberyard, and I’d like to welcome you to the Amazon GameDev Blog. We have been hard at work developing new technology to solve problems for game developer customers. Today, we introduce Amazon Lumberyard, a free AAA game engine deeply integrated with AWS and Twitch – […]

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