When we think of competitive gaming, our minds go immediately to esports. However, competitive gaming is much more than esports. In this webinar, we’ll explore the growth behind esports and what this means for you.
February 15, 2018Sophie Maler
Atom Tickets uses Login With Amazon and Amazon Pay services to simplify and streamline use of the app. The services enable Atom Tickets’ web and mobile app users to log in and pay with the trusted source they already use for other online shopping.[Read More]
In this post, I'll talk about making your game technically easy for broadcasters to stream your game and how to enable compelling content.[Read More]
It’s me again, back with yet another GameMaker basics tutorial, this time about parenting and inheritance. You can save a lot of time by creating a parent enemy object, which has common variables and code that all of your enemies may need, and passing it down.[Read More]
In my last post, I explained my process when debugging games and some tips to find bugs quickly and identify bottlenecks in your game. In this post, I'll cover some more advanced debugging techniques and also talk about profiling your game.
This three-part series will describe the ways that mobile game developers can make their games more attractive to the broadcaster community. I will touch on technical and design elements, as well as external communications and marketing.[Read More]
January 26, 2018Emily Esposito Fulkerson
Do you currently have apps or games published on the Amazon Appstore? If so, we want to hear from you!
As you begin, remember that preparation and planning are key. During the iterative phase of game development, when your mock-up is still very malleable and subject to radical change, look for techniques that will help speed up your development time.
In this post, I will explain my process when debugging my games, and some tips to find bugs quickly and identify bottlenecks in your game. It’s a good idea for you to experiment with all these tools yourself and figure out ways to make your debugging experience easier and better.
Developers targeting older Amazon Fire tablets (2012 and earlier) who are upgrading their Unity engines should be an aware of an important change in Unity’s Android support.
This book will empower you to make games fast, faster than you ever thought possible. It will teach you ultra-fast game jam workflows and uncover secret shortcuts to the finish line. Whether you’re a first-timer or a veteran gamdev, this book is for you.
In my recent blog post, I demonstrated what we have found to be a good login experience for customers using an Amazon Fire TV and remote control. In this second part, we’ll create a Cordova app which utilizes Login with Amazon via a third-party open source plugin.
January 10, 2018Guest Blogger
We are going to talk about everyone’s favorite indie effect: screen shake! A classic that is sure to beef up your impacts, explosions, sudden realizations, gunshots, and more. Setting up screen shake is a pretty simple process, but as you will see, there are a lot of nuances.[Read More]
In this blog post, I'll cover the seven basic steps for bringing your Unity® app to the Amazon Appstore, quickly and easily.[Read More]